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Bruschi, Woody recall memories of 'Tuck Rule' game (1:54)
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Both Steelers and Patriots have skeletons in their closets (1:57)
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Red Wings win on Nielsen's shootout beauty (0:28)
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Virginia tops Boston College with ease (0:49)
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Thomas says Celtics got 'punked' by Knicks (1:08)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley was a late scratch from Wednesday's loss to the New York Knicks. Bradley, who missed four games recently due to an Achilles strain, was sore after returning to game action on Monday night and Celtics coach Brad Stevens said it's likely he'll miss more time to fully recover. "I can see him missing a little bit more time," said Stevens. "I just think maybe he came back a little bit too early." Stevens stressed there's no further structural issue, Bradley is simply sore.

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Rose takes over in Knicks' win over Celtics (1:02)
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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas on loss to Knicks: "They punked us."

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Hernangomez drives past Horford for dunk (0:27)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks 117, Celtics 106: Boston hadn't lost to an inferior opponent since a home loss to Detroit on Nov. 30. The Celtics were 16-7 after that while losing only to teams ahead of them in the standings (Toronto x2, Oklahoma City x2, San Antonio, Houston, Cleveland). Isaiah Thomas (39 points, eight in a rare quiet 4th) and the Celtics were overdue for a clunker. Knicks dominated the glass and shot lights out (50.5 percent overall; 40 percent beyond 3-point arc).

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Johnson flies in to deny Rose's shot at the basket (0:22)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas typically saves his offensive outbursts for the fourth quarter. But he's already up to 31 points midway through the third quarter while trying to will Boston back against the Knicks. This is Thomas' 13th game of 30+ this season.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Jerry Remy has agreed to a multi-year contract and will work 115 Red Sox games in 2017, according to a NESN announcement.