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BOSTON (AP) — Kemba Walker finally beat LeBron James, and he did it by helping the Boston Celtics send the Los Angeles Lakers to their biggest loss of the season.

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Brett Brown gathered his team in the locker room to ring the postgame victory bell when the 76ers coach noticed a familiar face on general manager Elton Brand's phone. There was Joel Embiid on FaceTime, calling in from New York where he's set to have surgery Friday to rep…

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BOSTON (AP) — The Bruins used a barrage of different scorers to snap a three-game losing streak at Nashville earlier this week. Goals from two of their youngest stars were sufficient to help them get past the Jets.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — New England Patriots assistant Joe Judge probably is going to have to wait another day before finalizing a contract to become the somewhat surprising choice as head coach of the four-time champion New York Giants.

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BOSTON (AP) — Major League Baseball says it will investigate allegations the Boston Red Sox illegally used their video replay room to steal signs between opposing pitchers and catchers during their 2018 World Series championship season.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Boston's latest victory snapped the Bruins' losing streak and spoiled the debut of the Nashville Predators' new coach.

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — When Tennessee GM Jon Robinson fired coach Mike Mularkey after he lost to the Patriots in the divisional round of the playoffs following the 2017 season, he leaned on his past to plot a course for the Titans' future.

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BOSTON (AP) — Jonathan Quick preserved a tie just long enough for Anze Kopitar to win it for the Los Angeles Kings and extend their best stretch of the season.

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WOBURN — While Belmont should be the frontrunner this season in Middlesex League Liberty, the Woburn High boys basketball team figures to have enough of a mix of talent, experience, guts and guile to compete within the division, and perhaps return to the tournament.

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READING — With a solid group of veteran players returning, the Reading High boys hockey team should be competitive, in what is shaping up to be a tough Middlesex League Liberty Division.

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WOBURN — The last three seasons have been pretty rough for the Woburn High boys’ hockey team, but the return of some experienced and skilled players, along with the influx of young talent, could have the Tanners back in tourney contention.

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WOBURN — The Woburn High girls’ basketball team still plays in the same style that saw it win five straight Middlesex League Liberty titles, but the competition around the league has become more balanced, which means most teams have a shot at making an impact.

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READING — After a slow start a year ago the Reading High boys basketball team came on strong in the second half of last year’s regular season to win six of its final eight games to make the tournament.

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BURLINGTON — Over the last decade or so, the Burlington boys’ hockey team has been a model of consistency during the regular season and a shoe-in for the postseason, including Super 8 appearances and Division 1 state titles back in 2012 and 2013.