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Kurkjian: Boston had various motives in Ramirez move (0:55)
Kobe shows how to attack Cavs in transition (2:23)
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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics rookie Daniel Theis joined the team on the road for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals. It's his first trip since undergoing season-ending meniscus surgery in March. "In the beginning, it was hard to watch games, being hurt. Now it's just fun." Theis hopes to start running again in two weeks and wants to play for the German national team in September before being full-go for the start of training camp.

LeBron, Cavs are calm hours before Game 6 (1:48)
Red Sox designate Ramirez for assignment (0:42)
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Red Sox DFA Ramirez, activate Pedroia from DL

The Red Sox designated Hanley Ramirez for assignment. Red Sox president Dave Dombrowski says the move was manager Alex Cora's idea. Cora wanted to play Mitch Moreland at first and didn't think Ramirez would be effective coming off the bench.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Meaningful message in New England: Patriots long snapper Joe Cardona, who is on active duty in the Navy, speaks to students at a Memorial Day singalong at Hanlon Elementary School in Westwood, Mass. He talked about remembering those who have served and made the ultimate sacrifice.

How It's Going Down: Tatum the key to Celts' victory (1:19)

Does LeBron Look Old?

Mina Kimes, Papi and Izzy Gutierrez questions if last night was more about the Celtics D or LeBron looking old, if the pressure is on the Rockets or Warriors, and how you feel about the NFL National Anthem policy.

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Red Sox to activate Pedroia from disabled list

Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia will be activated from the disabled list Friday. The veteran hasn't played since undergoing a cartilage restoration procedure on his left knee in October.

Celtics protect home court in Game 5 win (0:59)