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Gary Washburn | On Basketball
Jaylen Brown scored 46 points despite spending the last two weeks in COVID-19 quarantine.

Retooled Celtics look a lot like last year’s inconsistent Celtics in season-opening loss to Knicks

There were encouraging signs and rag-tag offensive stretches in the double-overtime loss.

NLCS: Braves 9, Dodgers 2
The Braves' Eddie Rosario hit two home runs in a Game 4 victory over the Dodgers.

Braves blast four HRs, beat Dodgers for 3-1 lead in NLCS

Game 5 is Thursday at Dodger Stadium, with the Braves one win from their first pennant in 22 years.

bruins notebook
Bruce Cassidy's Bruins have road games in Philadelphia and Buffalo this week before playing the Sharks at home Sunday.

Bruce Cassidy isn’t tinkering with Bruins lineup yet: ‘Right now, the pieces fit’

Things worked well enough in the season-opening win over Dallas, so the coach stuck with his lineup against the Flyers.

Flyers 6, Bruins 3
Bruins rookie Jeremy Swayman was only able to stop 19 shots Wednesday against Philadelphia.

Flyers put away Bruins with three-goal third period

The Bruins also lost Nick Foligno, who suffered an undisclosed upper-body injury late in the second period.

Knicks 138, Celtics 134 (2 OT)
Former Celtics guard Kemba Walker, now with the New York Knicks, encountered a familiar face guarding him in Jaylen Brown of the Celtics in Wednesday's season opener at Madison square Garden.

Jaylen Brown (46) erupts in an epic opener but Celtics stumble in double OT vs. the Knicks

Brown’s points were the most by a Celtics player all-time in a season opener.


Lowell boys’ cross-country has another perfect run in the Merrimack Valley Conference

Coach Scott Ouellet's squad swept Chelmsford and Tewksbury for its 12th consecutive unbeaten dual meet season and extended its winning streak to 117.

Revolution midfielder Luis Caicedo (27) and D.C. United forward Nigel Robertha (19) battle for the ball during the second half of New England's 3-2 win Wednesday in Washington.

Revolution rally to defeat D.C. United for eighth straight win, edge closer to Supporters’ Shield

Adam Buksa, Carles Gil, and Gustavo Bou rallied the Revolution from a 1-0 deficit after spending much of the match being outdueled by D.C.

Alex Speier | On Baseball
Chris Sale received a hand as he exited with one out in the sixth inning.

Sixth inning once again the undoing for Chris Sale

The Sox had permitted Sale to pitch into the sixth inning three times this season. None went well.