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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

A portion of Isaiah Thomas' heartbreaking eulogy for his sister Chyna from video of the services post by King-5 TV in Washington:

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Theo never thought he'd be rooting against Red Sox (3:12)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Brad Stevens on Isaiah Thomas: "He's been through a lot. And he just continues to amaze us all when he steps on that court with his resolve."

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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Brad Stevens says Isaiah Thomas continues to amaze him as he plays through grief.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics stick with Gerald Green in starting lineup for Game 1 vs Wizards. Can't argue with the results: Boston is 4-0 since making the move in Game 3 of last series.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Brad Stevens sticking with what has worked -- Gerald Green remains in the starting lineup today in the opener against the Wizards.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Isaiah Thomas here at the Garden following attending his sister's funeral yesterday. Game 1 starts at 1 pm.

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Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

Just hours after arriving back from his sister's funeral, the Celtics' Isaiah Thomas is one of the first players on the floor for warmups on Sunday.

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Seattle 3-3 New England: Amazing Sounders comeback (2:48)
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GOAL: Juan Agudelo brace caps off the NE counter! - Via MLS (0:59)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Red Sox LF Andrew Benintendi hit his third home run of the season during Saturday's 7-4 loss to the Cubs. The solo shot was the longest homer of his career.

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The Celtics and Wizards split their regular season series as the home team won every game. Fewer than 10 points decided each of the two contests in Boston, while the pair of games in Washington were not as close.

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The Celtics' defense was noticeably weaker vs. the Wizards this season when Isaiah Thomas was on the floor.

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Pats' acquisitions will overshadow draft picks (1:26)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Here are the Patriots picks of the 2017 draft: 3a. Derek Rivers, DE, Youngstown; 3b. Antonio Garcia, LT, Troy; 4; Deatrich Wise, DE, Arkansas; 6. Conor McDermott, LT, UCLA. When including players the Patriots acquired by using draft capital, the list expands to include WR Brandin Cooks (acquired for first-round pick); DE Kony Ealy (acquired for an 8-slot move down the board from late second round to early third round); TE Dwayne Allen (acquired with a sixth-round pick in exchange for a fourth-rounder); RB Mike Gillislee (signed as a restricted free agent, which cost a fifth-round pick); and TE James O'Shaughnessy (acquired with a sixth-round pick in exchange for a fifth-rounder).

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Cubs rally to top Red Sox (1:08)
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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio discusses one of the themes of the team's top picks: How the Senior Bowl gave them more comfort in selecting smaller-school prospects Derek Rivers (DE, Youngstown) and Antonio Garcia (LT, Troy).