Stevens: 'We gotta play 48 great minutes' (0:35)
Red Sox double up Rays (1:04)
Betts belts 3-run homer (0:21)
Devers' long ball provides insurance (0:21)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Mookie Betts continues his insane first two months, blasting a three-run homer for the Red Sox to take over the MLB lead with 16. He's on pace for 54 home runs, 64 doubles and more than a run per game while hitting .367. Crazy dominant right now.

The ECF Are All Tied Up

Tony Reali and the national panel recap the Cavs-Celtics game, debate if it's a credit to the Cavs or blame the Celtics and preview the Rockets-Warriors match-up.

Do The Cavs Have It Figured Out?

Dan Le Batard, Papi and Mina Kimes question if the Cavaliers have figured Brad Stevens and the Celtics out, if losing Andre Iguodala matters, what to make of Favre going to rehab 3 times and much more.

Pierce: Tatum will be best player from '17 draft (1:17)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens on rookie Jayson Tatum missing out on a unanimous selection to the NBA's All-Rookie first team by one vote: "Somebody made a mistake,” said Stevens, who offered heavy praise of the No. 3 pick in last year's draft. "He's had an unbelievable rookie year. ... I know that any awards that come his way is well-deserving."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Two players to highlight today from the Patriots' second organized team activity: First-year CB Ryan Lewis (University of Pittsburgh) and rookie Keion Crossen (seventh-round pick, Western Carolina). Lewis, who spent last year on the practice squad, took quality repetitions opposite starter Stephon Gilmore and showed up with some ball disruption, while Crossen had the play of the day, showing off his 40-inch vertical leap by going up to intercept a Brian Hoyer pass intended for running back James White in the back right-hand corner of the end zone. Crossen showed excellent technique on the play, turning back to the ball and catching it at its high point.