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Boston: Expect the unexpected

Football

Coach Belichick always keeps us on our toes

April 29, 2021
Source: Greg M. Cooper/USA TODAY Sports
Source: Greg M. Cooper/USA TODAY Sports

๐ŸˆPatriots: From blockbuster NFL Draft Day trades to letting his dog Nike run the show, coach Belichick always keeps us on our toes, and today should be no different. As of now, the Pats hold the 15th overall pick, but donโ€™t be surprised if they trade for a higher one to take a top QB like Ohio Stateโ€™s Fields.

  • There are also rumors swirling that the Pats could close out the draft with a familiar QB instead of a rookie: current San Francisco 49er and former Patriot Jimmy Garoppolo. In Bill we trust

๐Ÿ€Celtics: The Cโ€™s snapped their three-game losing streak last night with a big 120โ€“111 win over the Charlotte Hornets. Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum poured in 38 and 35 points respectively, making up for the absence of their third musketeer, Kemba Walker, who missed the game with an oblique strain.

  • With just nine games remaining and the Cโ€™s tied for sixth place in the Eastern Conference standings, each and every game is a must-win. Tune in tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. ET when they host the San Antonio Spurs. Crunch time. 

โšพ๏ธRed Sox: The best pitcher in baseball was no match for the Red Sox. Thanks to an RBI double from catcher Christian Vรกzquez and five scoreless innings from starting pitcher Nick Pivetta, the Sox pulled out a 1โ€“0 win over the NY Mets last night, sweeping the two-game series. Tonight, the BoSox go for their fourth straight, taking on the Texas Rangers at 8:05 p.m. ET.