Celtics @ 7: Training Camp On The Horizon With Expectations HighCeltics Media Day is Monday, which will be following by the start of training camp on Tuesday. As we wait, new All-Stars Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward have further opened up about joining Boston this offseason and the people and places they've left behind.
Patriots-Texans Week 3 PredictionsThe CBS Boston sports team makes their predictions for Sunday's Patriots-Texans matchup at Gillette Stadium.
Celtics @ 7: Paul Pierce And Ray Allen End Years-Long BeefPaul Pierce and Ray Allen faced one another in a celebrity game in China during the week and Pierce took the first steps toward mending fences and reuniting the 2008 champs.
Patriots-Saints Week 2 Predictions The Patriots are in the Big Easy this weekend, looking to bounce back after an embarrassing Week 1 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Kaufman: The Red Sox' Rotating Playoff RotationWe know Chris Sale will get the ball in Game 1, but after that, Adam Kaufman says there is a lot of debating to be done.
Celtics @ 7: Terry Rozier Weighs In On Boston's Wild OffseasonThird-year Celtics guard Terry Rozier also joined the program to discuss a wild summer, why he'll personally miss Thomas so much, what he's most looking forward to about teaming with Kyrie Irving, whether he ever worried about being traded, and more.
Is Perfection Possible? Predictions For 2017 New England PatriotsThe CBS Boston team predicts the Patriots' win total, and has a little fun, ahead of Thursday night's season opener.
Patriots-Chiefs Opening Night PredictionsHere's what our experts expect to happen on the field.
Celtics @ 7: Kyrie Irving Deal Leaves Lingering Questions In BostonAdam Kaufman reviewed a 10-day period that began with Boston's trade for Kyrie Irving, which left lingering questions.
Kaufman: Isaiah Thomas Deserved BetterIsaiah Thomas was beloved by nearly everyone and embraced by Boston fans like few athletes here have been in recent years. Adam Kaufman says 'The Little Guy' deserved a better end to his Celtics career.
Remembering The Impossible Dream: 1967 Cardiac Kids Birthed Red Sox NationPrior to the 1967 season, the Red Sox were borderline anonymous. But then an impossible dream came to life.
Remembering The Impossible Dream: Dick Williams Transformed Red Sox Culture In 1967When the Red Sox hired former utility man Dick Williams as their new manager in 1967, they needed a change - someone capable of eliminating the country club mentality that had taken over the clubhouse.