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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Al Horford: "I think that when you get a little taste of how fun it is to play in these types of [postseason] games and make it this far, I think that's even more motivation. I want to be a part of special teams and do special things."

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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Gerald Green on if he wants to return to Boston next season: "Of course I want to come back. Why wouldn't I? I don't like starting something I can't finish. … Me and IT are really close friends. I've gained a lot of close friends on the team. I got drafted here. Brad is a genius. A man I love playing, it's an honor to play for him. Why wouldn't I want to come back to this organization when we're that close in getting a ring?"

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Is Boston breaking David Price?

Forget postseason pressure. The Red Sox need their lefty now. But if he's ready -- and pitches like an ace -- it could buy him a ticket out of town.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Last season's quarterbacks have the highest QBR of anyone with at least 500 attempts over the last two years. Kirk Cousins isn't far behind.

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LeBron makes history as Cavs close out Celtics (2:03)
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Celtics sent to offseason of uncertainty (1:06)
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LeBron, Cavs finish off Celtics and head onto Golden State (2:48)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

LeBron James on postgame embrace with Isaiah Thomas: "I was happy to‬ see him. Just give him a big hug from myself and my family."

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Kimbrel fans four and Red Sox tie strikeout record (0:33)
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Pomeranz delivers in win over Rangers (1:09)

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Avery Bradley said unlike the loss in the conference finals in 2012, which felt like an ending, this feels like the beginning of something for this Celtics core: "I feel like Danny Ainge and our entire organization will do a great job putting the right guys together to help us compete for a championship."

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LeBron, Kyrie show support to IT4 (0:26)

ESPN Stats and Information  

The Cavaliers' win in Game 5 was the Celtics' largest loss when facing elimination in franchise history.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox 6, Rangers 2: Xander Bogaerts hit his first homer of the season and Drew Pomeranz tied a career-high with 11 strikeouts to lift Boston to a three-game sweep at Fenway Park. Bogaerts, Mitch Moreland and Christian Vázquez finished with two hits apiece. The Red Sox have won four consecutive games, matching their high for the season.

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

The players and coaching just had to cajole GM David Griffin, a pending free agent, into joining in the trophy presentation.