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Felger & Mazz: March 7, 2013

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Felger and Massarotti opened the day talking about the Boston Celtics and their 83-81 win over the Indiana Pacers. Is Jeff Green going to the be the scorer that will take over for Pierce when his time is up in Boston? Next, the guys discussed the Boston Red Sox and David Ortiz’ Achilles injury. What are the expectations from Ortiz this year? Former Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford said recently that in Boston “They love it when you’re miserable.” What did the city of Boston ever do to Crawford? Finally, the Boston Bruins placed Chris Bourque on waivers.

In Hour 2, Felger and Massarotti talked some Boston Bruins and NFL free agency. Is Wes Welker pissed the Patriots organization? Should Welker be pissed? Are the Patriots preparing for the departure of Welker?

During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, the guys talked about the Bruins placing Chris Bourque on waivers. How will the B’s adjust their lines with Bourque being sent down to Providence? Mike Milbury joined Felger and Mazz to talk some Bruins. Mike Milbury discussed waiving Chris Bourque, the Phil Kessel trade, and embellishing in the NHL.

In the final hour, Felger and Massarotti continued to talk about the Boston Celtics, their 83-81 win over the Indiana Pacers last night, and the C’s chances in the playoffs. With the exception of the Miami Heat, are the C’s the next best team in the Eastern Conference? Finally, it’s the Final Word with Marc Bertrand.

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