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* MACMULLAN: CAPTAIN CARRYING THE LOAD: [Celtics coach Doc] Rivers said he's not concerned that Pierce is becoming discouraged by the mounting losses. "He knows that when we have Kevin, we can beat anybody," the coach declared. In the meantime, it is Pierce's load to bear to hold up what's left of his depleted basketball team. He acknowledged as much on Sunday night, lamenting the ever-changing lineups, but adding, "We've just got to get through it."
* C'S CONFIDENCE NOT WAVERING: In one of the night’s only encouraging sequences for the visitors, the Celtics were downright defiant while affirming that they like their chances against anybody in the East, including New York. “We like how we match up with the Knicks,” captain Paul Pierce said. “We like how we match up with Miami. We like how we match up with pretty much anybody in the East.”
Play Podcast Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Congressman Peter King join the debut podcast to discuss security at this year's Boston Marathon.
Play Podcast Boston Marathon runner Demi Clark and her husband Brian, talk about the impact of witnessing the bombings last year. Dr. Jonathan Katz speaks about dealing with trauma.
Play Podcast Scott Burnside is joined by Craig Custance, Katie Strang, Joe McDonald and Pierre LeBrun to break down each series of the first round of the 2014 NHL playoffs.
Play Podcast Buster Olney talks with Tim Kurkjian and Aaron Boone about the Braves hot start, the Nationals' injury woes, John Farrell's ejection after a blown replay and much more.