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Gronk would rather talk dirt biking than football (0:38)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics coach Brad Stevens said Marcus Smart's thumb will be reevaluated next week and Smart could be cleared to return to all basketball activities at that point. Said Stevens: "I think once he's cleared to do a full-contact practice, he's cleared to play.” Stevens said Smart is doing everything but live action at the moment while rehabbing.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski is back at Gillette Stadium as part of his business interests with Monster Energy and Supercross. He deflected questions about his football future, but as usual, is having lots of fun.

Cora at the forefront of Boston's historic start (2:16)
Bucks show up in a big way in Game 3 (0:38)
Giannis gets revenge on Baynes with poster dunk (0:41)
Red Sox roll to another victory (0:35)
Moreland's grand slam helps Red Sox make history (0:20)
Bradley Jr. evens score with one swing (0:26)
Stevens says Celtics' offense was 'horrendous' in first half (0:56)
Giannis' high-flying act shuts down Celtics (0:42)
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Greg Wyshynski ESPN 

ESPN senior hockey writer Greg Wyshynski previews Saturday night's NHL action, including two potential elimination games, the our Stanley Cup In 60.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Some of the cringeworthy numbers for the Celtics in the first half: Boston shot 30.8 percent overall, turned the ball over 14 times, and trailed by as much as 25.

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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Loud roar as Aaron Rodgers shown on Jumbotron at Game 3 of Celtics-Bucks.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics point guard Terry Rozier entered Friday's Game 3 without having turned the ball over through 78 minutes of postseason floor time. With Matthew Dellavedova ramping up the pressure, Rozier turned the ball over four times during the first nine minutes of play.