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Celtics Made Ray Allen, Rajon Rondo Have Boxing Match To Settle Feud

The Boston Celtics’ 2008 championship team had some storied drama off the court. Former Celtic guard Ray Allen was at the center of the disputes for breaking up Boston’s big three to join LeBron James and the Miami Heat. According to Kendrick Perkins, Allen and Rajon Rondo’s beef goes back even further.

Leonard Fournette Sums Up ‘Tom Brady Effect’ With Patriots Visit Story

For a moment, it looked like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were prepared to let Leonard Fournette walk away in free agency. Then Tom Brady stepped in. Fournette hit the open market a few days after Brady ended his short-lived retirement. The 27-year-old’s free agency tour took him to New England where he met with the Patriots, who stood to add reinforcements to their backfield following the 2021 season.

How Steve Kerr Believes Celtics Fans ‘Crossed The Line’ In NBA Finals

Celtics fans let the Warriors have it in all three games Golden State visited TD Garden over the course of the 2022 NBA Finals. Arguably the most frequent target for the diehard Boston fanbase was Draymond Green, who was the subject of a chant that didn’t sit right with Steve Kerr. The Warriors head coach criticized Green Teamers for their harsh jeer during a recent appearance on the “Point Forward” podcast.

Newest Omicron subvariants infecting people who should have immunity

BOSTON -- It's no surprise there has been a surge in COVID cases among people who should have immunity and now local researchers have discovered at least one reason why -- a rapidly mutating Omicron variant.Researchers at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston have found that the newest Omicron subvariants may be able to escape antibody responses, not only from people who have had COVID-19 before, but also from those who are fully vaccinated and boosted. The new subvariants BA.4 and BA.5 are estimated to have caused about a third of new infections in the U.S. last week and that number is growing. This explains why so many people have contracted COVID over recent weeks despite having either had the infection before or being fully immunized.That said, the vaccines still provide significant protection against severe disease, and vaccine makers are working on newly formulated shots that can provide stronger protection against these strains. Moderna says their updated vaccine elicits a "potent" immune response against BA.4 and BA.5 and hopes to obtain FDA authorization later this summer.

Steve Kerr Makes His Opinion On Celtics Fans Very Clear

The Golden State Warriors won the NBA Finals in six games, defeating the Boston Celtics on the road to capture their fourth championship in eight years. During the 2022 NBA Finals, there was some animosity between the Warriors and the Celtics - particularly, their fan base. Warriors head coach Steve...

Draymond Green Reveals What He Told LeBron During Phone Call

Draymond Green is feeling some kind of way after winning his fourth NBA Championship. The Golden State Warriors took down the Boston Celtics in six games during this year's NBA Finals to win their fourth championship in the last eight years. Green spoke to NBA superstar LeBron James on the...

Fairhaven’s Full Bloom Wellness Festival Returns Next Month [TOWNSQUARE SUNDAY]

Looking for something to do on a Saturday afternoon in July? Check out the Second Annual Full Bloom Wellness Festival on Saturday, July 23 at Cushman Park in Fairhaven. Admission is free, and It promises to be a lot of fun for kids and adults. Organizers say part of the proceeds will go to Kids Aid Worldwide, a non-profit that provides essential items to children around the world.
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How Kerr preserved Dubs' winning culture through losing years

The Warriors hit the resume button on their dynasty in 2021-22 by defeating the Boston Celtics in six games to clinch their fourth NBA championship in the last eight years. But even as the franchise's dynasty tag wavered during two injury-riddled seasons -- a 15-win disappointment in 2019-20 and play-in tournament flop the following year -- the Warriors' culture never disappeared.

Quarry drowning victim identified as 18-year-old from Everett

GLOUCESTER - The teen who apparently drowned in a quarry in Gloucester has been identified as 18-year-old Fabieri Fabert of Everett. He was swimming with friends Wednesday but did not resurface. He was underwater for about 90 minutes before divers found him. Fabieri graduated from Everett High School this year. The school will be open on Friday for students who need support. 

Man killed while removing old antenna from Taunton home

TAUNTON -- A man removing an old metal antenna from a home in Taunton was electrocuted and died Thursday morning.Friends of the unidentified man told WBZ-TV he was a landlord working on the third floor of the house on Danforth Street around 7:30 a.m.Investigators said he was taking down an antenna when it touched a nearby power line, killing him and setting the outside of the house on fire."I guess the guy was trying to bring it down a drop.  Checking and looking at the scene he hit a wire, a live wire," said witness Jimmy McDonald. "Heartbreaking, I don't know what to say it's just heartbreaking I feel bad for the family."Witnesses said the fire started quickly on the top floor, with flames coming out of the window. "This has got to be the worst I've seen 100%.  I pray to God for his family," said witness Isaac Nave.The fire was quickly put out. Taunton Police and Fire Department were still at the home Thursday afternoon.No other information has been released at this point in the investigation.