Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Isaiah Thomas will represent the Celtics on stage at May's draft lottery. Accepted Wyc Grousbeck's invite today.

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(Records are reflected through Apr. 28)1. St. John’s (Shrewsbury) (8-1; Last Week – 2) The Pioneers took down their second Catholic Conference power this season with a thorough 6-0 victory over Xaverian.

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Boston Celtics big man Kelly Olynyk said he never felt quite right after aggravating his shoulder injury in the playoffs. "I never really felt 100 percent the whole time," said Olynyk. "I never felt 80. It's tough to deal with and tough going down that stretch of games, you want to be at your best when your best was needed." Olynyk said he'll meet with team doctors to explore best way to get his shoulder healthy, but he has no current plans for surgery.

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Roger Goodell said on ESPN Radio that "of course" the NFL would pick up the phone if Tom Brady's representatives called to discuss a settlement to Deflategate. But he gave no indication the league would budge from its four-game suspension.

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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Isaiah Thomas: "I ride with these guys until the wheels fall off. This is a special group. Hopefully we can all stick together and have something special in the future. I love those guys in the locker room. Hopefully we can keep this together."

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Isaiah Thomas with red eyes at podium. Seems emotional with end of season.

Hawks finish off Celtics with Game 6 win (1:54)

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Hawks beat Celtics 104-92 to clinch series 4-2. The ViewFromVegas is they also covered as 3-point road favorites and the game stayed under 198.5 as both teams dribbled out last possessions. The Westgate SuperBook had the Hawks as -165 series favorites before the playoffs started.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Hawks 104, Celtics 92: A season in which Boston won 48 games and challenged for a top seed in the Eastern Conference ends with a Game 6 loss to the Hawks. A first-round playoff exit will sting, even if Boston was never long for the postseason. The future is bright, particularly if the pingpong balls bounce Boston's way on May 17. The team has its current core under control, but has the cap space for a bigger summer overhaul. It's now up to Danny Ainge and his staff to build a roster capable of competing for a bigger prize.

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