1. Brady causes spectacle at Celtics vs. Lakers

    - Tom Brady caused a spectacle at Sunday’s Celtics-Lakers game in Los Angeles. The Patriots QB looked way too comfortable sitting court-side and chatting with his pal Kobe Bryant during Boston’s 97-94 to the Lakers at the Staples Center.

  2. The Boston Globe Collection: 140 Years of History

    - In celebration of its 140th birthday, The Boston Globe is opening its vault, bringing you the past through headlines and pictures. PHOTO: Larry Bird signs with the Boston Celtics. On his right, Red Auerbach. On his left, Coach Bill Fitch. June 7th, 1979. Photographer: Tom Landers.


    The true Golden Age of Boston sports

    - As we remember that that no American city has had quite a run like this one, here are a few thoughts on the state of the current teams.

  4. Boston’s 10 biggest sports stories of 2011

    - It was a year of tremendous highs (the Bruins’ Stanley Cup title) and ugly lows (the Red Sox’ epic collapse) on the Boston sports scene.

  5. Bearing no grudges, NBA fans flock back

    - When the Celtics play their home opener tonight at the TD Garden, one thing will be clear: If fans had any pent-up anger over the lockout-delayed season, it has morphed into pent-up demand.

  6. Businesses get ready for first Celtics home game

    - Companies that depend on the popularity of the Celtics are gearing up for the team’s first home game tomorrow night after a 149-day lockout kept the parquet empty.

  7. Celtics ad campaign aims to recharge fans

    - The Celtics have unveiled a new, multimedia ad campaign that the team hopes will win back fans frustrated by the lockout.

  8. NBA lockout squeezes service workers near TD Garden

    - While NBA talks drag, those who depend on Celtics home games feel squeezed.

  9. Celtics take commanding 3-0 series lead

    - For the first time in the Big Three era, Ray Allen, above, and Paul Pierce each scored more than 30 points, going a combined 14 of 19 from the 3-point line.

  10. Rajon Rondo jersey is the NBA’s third best seller

    - Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics currently has the third most popular selling jersey for all National Basketball Association players, according to the NBA.

  11. The 100 best sports photos of 2010. Do you remember the NBA playoffs? (photo by Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

  12. The Big Maestro: Shaq conducts the Boston Pops




    On December 17, 2010, Paul “The Truth” Pierce will host the highly anticipated 3rd annual “The Truth Strikes Again” celebrity bowling tournament, presented by USI, and hosted at the newly opened High Rollers Luxury Lanes and Lounge at Foxwoods Resort Casino.

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