SportsCenter: IT feels the love in Boston, Dirk passes Wilt

Scott Van Pelt breaks down the Spurs' win over the Warriors, Isaiah Thomas' emotional night in Boston, Dirk passes Wilt Chamberlain on the all-time scoring list, and he also talks about the women's NCAA tournament.

Celtics tribute Thomas, receives warm ovation from crowd (1:52)
Thomas: Celtics probably would've won title if no trade (0:35)
Jokic and Kyrie battle it out (1:31)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

DT Mike Pennel's contract with the Patriots is for two years and has a base value of $5 million. It includes playing-time incentives that increase the maximum value of the deal to $8 million. Pennel projects as a starter next to Lawrence Guy.

Smart's steal ends with a one-handed jam (0:19)
Stephen A: Celtics will still win the East (1:33)
Northeastern lacks the 'firepower' for upset bid (0:32)

BBTN: Hinch's Gripes, Doolittle, Cards' Issues

Before hearing from Nationals RP Sean Doolittle (31:43), Buster & Tim Kurkjian discuss A.J. Hinch's gripes, strength of schedule concerns, Carlos Gonzalez's signing & much more (8:11). Plus, Derrick Goold with some "Inside Heat" on the Cardinals' spring struggles (37:20).

Jayhawks are just average (0:30)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

One potential holdup/slow-down with free-agent punter Ryan Allen (Patriots) from last week is that he changed agents. Allen's new agent is Chris Gittings of OneWest Sports. Perhaps that sparks some movement on Allen's free-agent status.

Altidore marks return with game winner for Toronto (2:07)
North Carolina, Kentucky lead the way in Midwest (4:52)
Highlights: Yale 97, Harvard 85 - Via Ivy League (1:17)