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It's Truck Day, Red Sox Nation!

The 18-wheeler carrying the Red Sox equipment 1,480 miles from Fenway Park to Fort Myers, Florida, gets on the road Wednesday.

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Doc Rivers on coaching against Brad Stevens: "It's tough. He's good. He's a heck of a coach, I think, one of the best coaches in the league. I love his offense. I love his movement. I just like everything about him. He's a great guy. He's one of the best."

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Former Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers on the state of the Celtics current rebuild: "I don't know what I expected, but they are in a great spot. They are playing winning basketball. They are tough to play because they are 12 deep and they clearly have a lot of decisions to make in the next year or two. They are in a really good place. I think when you look at them compared to other teams that are in a rebuild' it's not even close. I just think they are in a really good place to take a huge next step."

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Predicting the Patriots' offseason

Core defenders Dont'a Hightower, Chandler Jones, Malcolm Butler and Jamie Collins all have contracts that expire after the 2016 season. Does Mike Reiss think New England will work out an extension with any of them this offseason? Offseason predictions

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Predicting the next 25 Super Bowls

It's 2035, the Super Bowl is being played in London and the Giants edge the Patriots by 1 point as Benjamin Brady loses when sister Vivian Brady boots the winning 55-yard field goal -- then announces her engagement to Jets QB Marshall Manning. Predictions

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Fenway Park, like you've never seen it

A 140-foot high snowboarding ramp that's three times the size of the Green Monster at baseball's oldest park? You have to see it to believe it

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East Coast bias: #BadValentineIn5Words

Nothing to do with the Red Sox's former manager, Bobby. But it's a hashtag you could lose an hour scrolling through and the Yankees get in on the fun.

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Roy Williams: 'I'm alive, I'm kicking' (0:36)
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Kings crush Bruins in Lucic's return to Boston (0:51)
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Celtics rally to lose in bizarre fashion (0:43)
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Williams collapses, UNC snaps slide (1:42)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucks 112, Celtics 111: The hero last week in Cleveland, Avery Bradley with a terrible foul in the final second as Milwaukee escaped with a win. Celtics had rallied all the way back from 19 down to start the fourth quarter and Kelly Olynyk's clutch free throws with 1 second to go had tied the game. Bradley tried to help defend Milwaukee's final shot and fouled Khris Middleton.

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UNC escapes BC's upset bid

The 9th-ranked Tar Heels came back from a halftime deficit to grab the 68-65 win over the Eagles, who fell to 0-11 in the ACC. UNC coach Roy Williams left the game after collapsing due to vertigo, but is doing OK, a school spokesman said. Box score

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucks 93, Celtics 74 (end 3rd) Celtics were due for a dud, but not sure they could stop Greg Monroe (27 points) if they were clicking. Bucks doubled up Boston in third quarter (40-20) and lead by 19 heading to final frame.

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Massachusetts High School Sports

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  • #RoadToSpringfield

    The 2015-16 MIAA Basketball season is in full bloom, with tons of thrilling finishes. Check out our complete coverage.