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Christopher L. Gasper
Ime Udoka (left) needs to have his team firing on all cylinders from the jump for every game at this point of the postseason.

The Celtics know they can flip the switch, but they can’t afford to switch off at this stage of the playoffs

While the Celtics haven’t lost back-to-back playoff games, they have lost focus when they think they’ve established their dominance.

Soccer
Ilkay Gundogan's late winner sealed Manchester City's fourth Premier League title in five years.

Manchester City scores three times in five minutes to take dramatic Premier League title win, Liverpool settles for second

Ilkay Gundogan's late winner sealed Manchester City's fourth Premier League title in five years.

Chad Finn
Jason Tatum took a stinger to his shoulder with in the final minutes of a Game 3 loss.

Celtics-Heat has become a war of attrition, but don’t count Boston out just yet

Each side has lost key players to injury, and while the Celtics are down, they're far from out.

MARINERS AT RED SOX | 1:35 P.M (NESN)
Nate Eovaldi will try and shake off a rough start against the Astros as he takes on the Mariners lineup Sunday.

Game 41: Mariners at Red Sox lineups and notes as J.D. Martinez is scratched with back tightness

The Red Sox can complete a four-game sweep of the Mariners — and make it five wins in a row — on Sunday.

Celtics
Jimmy Butler (right) was held out for the entire second half on Saturday, but the Heat closed it out anyway.

Jimmy Butler’s status is uncertain, but the Heat proved they can win anyway in Game 3

Butler sat out the second half with right knee inflammation.

Heat 109, Celtics 103
The Boston Celtics bench.

‘We’ve just got to man up.’ The Celtics knew what was coming in Game 3. It didn’t matter.

The Celtics have stressed how much they relish playoff games at TD Garden, how there is nothing quite like the atmosphere, and how opponents should take cover.

GARY WASHBURN | ON BASKETBALL
Marcus Smart picked up a technical after fouling out late, and argued the call with referee James Williams (60), just part of a frustrating Game 3 from the Celtics.

With a chance to take control of series, there was no excuse for this Celtics performance

They were coming off a big Game 2 win, but aren't good enough to rely on past accomplishments, especially when they haven’t won anything yet.

Revolution 3, Cincinnati FC 2
Revolution midfielder Tommy McNamara scored the winner in the 89th minute.

The Revolution blew a pair of leads, but Tommy McNamara came to the rescue in the 89th minute

It was the first road victory for New England this season.