Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Injured Celtics guard Shane Larkin went through an individual workout Sunday and said he was less sore than expected in the aftermath. While Brad Stevens ruled him out for Game 4, Larkin is holding out hope for a return this series. "I feel like I'm pretty close. The biggest part is just being able to protect the shoulder from another blow like that, because another blow like that means more severe injury and surgery and all that," said Larkin. "So I don't want to have that happen. But, obviously, with the opportunity that we have, I want to be a part of that and help my team in any way I can. So hopefully I'll be out there soon."

BBTN: Unbalanced Power Rankings, Francona, Bregman, Radom

Before listening to Boog Sciambi's discussions with Terry Francona (28:03) & Alex Bregman (30:46), Buster & Tim Kurkjian talk about the top of their power rankings, the great returns on J.D. Martinez & Shohei Ohtani and much more (1:03). Plus, Todd Radom's trivia & #ThirtyUnis dives into the Padres' rich uniform history (32:39).

Schefter: Brady will 'be there when it matters' (1:32)
Brady's no-show at OTAs a bad sign for Pats? (0:58)
Red Sox blank Orioles at Fenway (0:53)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaylen Brown: "I use [Game 3] as fuel. I thought it was embarrassing. Thought we came out, the way I played, the way I performed, how not aggressive I was in the first half, I look at that as fuel to come out in Game [4] and be excited about it and be ready to play and ready to fight."

J.D. Martinez belts 2 HRs in Red Sox victory (0:46)
Benintendi crushes 2-run homer (0:27)
Morris admits he did a poor job guarding LeBron (0:49)
Celtics' postseason road issues continue (0:54)
Rozier says Celtics 'needed' loss versus Cavs (0:22)
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Rozier: 'We needed to get our butts whooped'

After a 116-86 drubbing at the hands of the Cavaliers trimmed the Celtics' series lead to 2-1, guard Terry Rozier said he believes his team got a much-needed wake-up call. "We needed to get our butts whooped," Rozier said.

Red Sox take Bundy deep 3 times in win (1:04)