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Denver continues to dominate

Super Bowl 50 was the Broncos' third title in the past 25 seasons. Only the Patriots have captured more Lombardi Trophies during that stretch.

Mike Sando ESPN Senior Writer 

The Panthers do a great job limiting Cam Newton's pure pass drop-backs, but that is much harder to do when trailing by nine points in a fourth quarter. Look what happened to Tom Brady when New England went heavy with five-man protections and pure drop-backs. Brady got smashed. These third-and-longs for Carolina are rough.

Heather Burns 

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady got a mix of cheers and boos when he was introduced with Super Bowl MVPs.

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Favre's record, but not for long

Newly minted Hall-of-Famer Brett Favre's record for career regular-season wins doesn't appear likely to stand the test of time. Tom Brady or Peyton Manning, if he returns for another season, is poised to break the mark in the near future.

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Bruins prospect Subban fractures larynx

Malcolm Subban suffered the injury when he was struck in the throat by a puck during warmups for Saturday's Providence Bruins game. Boston took Subban, the brother of Canadiens star P.K. Subban, in the first round of the 2012 draft. Story

Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

Bruins release update on Malcolm Subban: "Malcolm Subban was struck in the throat with a puck Saturday night during pregame warmups. He was transported to Maine Medical Center and was diagnosed with a fractured larynx. He stayed overnight at Maine Medical Center and was transported to Mass General Hospital on Sunday for further evaluation. He is in stable condition and will be sidelined indefinitely. The team will provide additional details when they become available."

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Isaiah Thomas on blocking DeMarcus Cousins at the rim: "I did it a couple of times in practice. You can put that on paper. Nah, we were joking around and, when I blocked it, it was good. We always joke around in the game and I was able to talk a little trash to him." Cousins joked with Thomas outside the locker room post game that it was a goaltend.


Celtics outlast Kings, win 4th straight

Boston shot 56% from the field, including Jared Sullinger going 10-for-13 and Avery Bradley shooting 9-for-16, in the 128-119 win over the Kings, who were led by 31 from DeMarcus Cousins. Box score

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics 95, Kings 87 (end 3rd): Celtics shooting 55.4 percent and nearly at triple figures entering the fourth quarter, but Boston has 18 turnovers and the Kings trimmed eight points off their deficit in the third quarter. Jared Sullinger a team-high 21 points for Boston. Old friend Rajon Rondo at 12 points, 11 assists, 6 steals, 4 rebounds for Sacramento.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics 74, Kings 58 (half): Call it Super Bowl Sunay, because there's no D in Boston today. Celts and Kings combined to shoot 54.1 percent over first 24 minutes. Avery Bradley and Jared Sullinger each have 17 points to pace Boston. Sacramento's Rajon Rondo with 8 points, 7 assists, 5 steals but is minus-15 overall.

Celtics clock in heavy first quarter

The Celtics scored 34 points in the opening 8 minutes against the Kings. Their highest-scoring first quarter this season is 40. The most they have ever scored in any quarter this season is 43. The Kings are trailing the Celtics by 12 in the second quarter. Follow live

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics 46, King 37 (end 1st): Nothing but offense in this Super Bowl Sunday matinee as the Celtics and Kings combine to score 83 first-quarter points. Celtics connected on seven 3-pointers (including three from Friday's hero Avery Bradley). He's got a team-high 12 points and headband-sporting Kelly Olynyk added eight points off the bench. Celtics on pace to win this one 184-148.

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Broncos trying to turn SB luck around

Denver will be making its eighth Super Bowl appearance on Sunday, but five of the previous seven have ended in losses. That's the most in NFL history, one ahead of the Patriots, Bills and Vikings.

Kings (21-29) at Celtics (30-22)

The Celtics have won 8 of their last 9 games -- including Friday's win over the first-place Cavaliers -- as they take on a Kings team that's lost 6 of its last 7 while allowing 116.4 points per game. Follow live

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston Celtics coach when asked if league had sent a memo on piggybacking at free throw line: "It was in an email from the league. So it basically said that if you do what [JJ] Redick did against the Clippers and then what the Wizards did against us where they jumped on Amir [Johnson's] back and kind of wrapped around, then it would be a flagrant foul. At least that's what I think I read. I get a lot of emails. Sometimes I read them. Sometimes I don't. But I'm glad I read that one. So that was initially actually why we put Smart in the game so whoever went in I could tell, Hey, listen. If you go after the ball you have to do it in a way that is a basketball play. Otherwise it's a flagrant foul.' And so we wanted him to go after the ball. And he made a real push to get into the ball. And he and Jae kept it alive."

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