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Celtics’ Offseason Coming to a Close

Over the summer, the Celtics acquired former Atlanta Hawks power forward/center Al Horford via free agency. This brought mixed reactions from fans, some saying he won’t be able to help the team because he is not that good and that he was being overpaid, while others believe he will be a strong addition to the team. For the first time in his career, he played all 82 games last season, finishing with 15.2 poi ...

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Jacoby Brissett’s Time to Shine

With the recent news of Jimmy Garrapolo's injury, it is clear that the New England Patriots are in trouble at the quarterback position, or are they? Many fans were confused earlier this year when the Patriots drafted a QB as early as they did (third round), but it seems as if that pick was well needed. Jacoby Brissett will be throwing the pigskin for the Patriots as they take on the Texans at Gillette Stadi ...

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Suffolk Soccer Continues Offensive Dominance

    Both Suffolk soccer teams found a way to win in their Saturday doubleheader as the women’s team beat St. Joseph (Conn.) 2-0 and the men’s team defeated Regis (Mass.) 4-2.   The women’s team came into the double header at with arguably the best offense in the GNAC conference as they kicked off at 1 p.m. at James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Park. The Rams came into the game with the leader ...

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