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May
12

The Boston Globe's Bob Ryan says the Celtics lost because they didn't have enough athleticism on their roster. Plus, Ryan says Boston's team next year won't look vastly different than this year's squad. Listen

ESPN NBA Insider Chris Broussard says the Heat got past two major hurdles to a championship on Wednesday night. Plus, Broussard says he was shocked by Celtics coach Doc Rivers saying he'll likely return next season. Listen

ESPN Los Angeles' Dave Miller says the Heat are almost impossible to stop when they hit their jump shots. Plus, Miller says the Celtics really missed Kendrick Perkins because he did all the little things to help the team win. Listen

Boston Celtics analyst Cedric Maxwell says the Celtics need to get more young athletes on the team to compete next year. Plus, Maxwell says Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, and Kevin Garnett are a success even if they don't win another title together. Listen

850 ESPN in Cleveland's Aaron Goldhammer says he thinks most people in the city aren't angry at the Heat's LeBron James after he apologized on Wednesday night. Listen

ESPN MLB analyst John Kruk says he had no problem with Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols hugging Cubs GM Jim Hendry before a game. Listen

ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney says the Cardinals weren't that upset about first baseman Albert Pujols hugging Cubs general manager Jim Hendry before a game, but Major League Baseball didn't really like it. Listen

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