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Tuesday, 30 April 2013 13:37

Boston Celtics News from Around the Web: Daily Links for Tuesday, 4/30

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Boston Globe NBA player Jason Collins breaks barrier by disclosing he is gay - Bob Hohler reports on the former Celtic's groundbreaking announcement. Celtics-Knicks Game 5 set for 7 p.m. - It'll be the earliest of three games Wednesday night.

Boston Herald Locals throw support Collins' way - Steve Bulpett shares the thoughts of Doc Rivers and Danny Ainge. Defensive responsibilities slow Avery Bradley - Mark Murphy notes that chasing J.R. Smith and Raymond Felton all over the floor has taken a toll on Bradley's offense.

ESPN Boston Too much for Avery Bradley? - Chris Forsberg suggests that Bradley is being asked to do more than he can handle.

WEEI NBA offers support to Jason Collins after his decision to come out - Jerry Spar has some quotes from David Stern and tweets from other players around the league. Jeff Van Gundy on D&C: Celtics 'just don't have enough offensive talent' - The former Knicks coach turned broadcaster gives his thoughts on Boston's struggles this series.

NESN Jason Collins Thanks Fans for ‘Inspirational’ Support After Coming Out as First Openly Gay Active Player

CSNNE Nobody better suited to be first than Jason Collins - A. Sherrod Blakely has the story. Celtics look to build off of Game 4 win - Jessica Camerato discusses the team's outlook heading back to New York.

Mass Live Jason Terry of Boston Celtics talked trash to Kenyon Martin, so New York Knicks big man tells teammates to wear funeral colors to Game 5

New York Post Anthony, Knicks confident series will end tomorrow - Marc Berman provides the New York players' perspective.

Celtics Blog Die another day - Will the Celtics win on Wednesday? - The odds are not in their favor.

Patriot Ledger End of NBA playoff series could be end of an era for Boston Celtics - Jim Fenton wonders what the future has in store for this team.


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