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Red Sox's Betts day-to-day with side tightness

Mookie Betts was scratched from the Red Sox's lineup Sunday with tightness in his left side and is considered day-to-day. According to manager Alex Cora, Betts "probably won't play Monday" against the Blue Jays.

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TD Garden sending a message to the Cavaliers with "Game Face" shirts for fans.

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Stevens: Horford 'outstanding' despite stat line

During a conference call Saturday, Celtics coach Brad Stevens called Al Horford's play in Friday's Game 6 "outstanding" despite a quiet stat line that saw the All-Star score only 6 points on 2-of-8 shooting.

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Celtics coach Brad Stevens said rookie Jayson Tatum will be monitored after his collision with Kevin Love but noted that, "Every indication is he's fine.” Tatum said the Celtics training staff asked if he was experiencing any dizziness or headaches before allowing him to stay in Friday's game. Tatum said he didn't expect to undergo any further testing but noted, "I've got a knot in the back of my head. I should be alright."

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