0:41 - Chris Forsberg joins BST with Kayce Smith and DJ Bean to give his thoughts on the Celtics retiring Paul Pierce’s No. 34 on Sunday night.
5:23 - Evan Drellich joins from spring training to discuss the latest on JD Martinez and the lack of buzz surrounding the Red Sox.
9:57 - Kayce Smith, Tom Curran, Michael Holley, and DJ Bean talk about the new look Cavaliers getting the best of the Celtics and the recent struggles from Boston.
13:46 - Holley and Bean discuss the Bruins having the second-best record in the NHL and if Patrice Bergeron actually has a chance to win the Hart Trophy.
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January 12, 2018: No hype for the Patriots-Titans game?
0:41 - Where’s the buzz around the Patriots divisional round matchup with the Tennessee Titans? Tom Giles, Phil Perry and Kayce Smith discuss what factors have led to a lack of hype around this game.
5:37 - Not only do the Celtics have the most wins in the NBA this season, but they also have the third-youngest roster in the league. Michael Holley, Kayce Smith and Lou Merloni debate if youth is the most surprising factor for Boston this season.
10: 53 - It’s been reported that the Red Sox are the lone suitor for J.D. Martinez. Why are no other teams willing to take a chance on the slugger and should the Red Sox take that as a sign? Lou Merloni, Tom Giles and Michael Holley discuss.
16:35 - Michael Holley and Chris Forsberg debate whether or not Ray Allen should have his number retired by the Celtics.
Ray Allen on 2008 reunion and number retirement; Brad Stevens on playing in London
0:40 - Chris Forsberg joins to talk about the state of the Celtics, if Boston or Cleveland will be the top team in the East, and a possible Gordon Hayward comeback.
10:00 - Ray Allen joins to discuss his thoughts on how the Celtics having been playing this season, if he would go to a reunion of the 2008 championship team, Paul Pierce getting his number retired, and if he would want his number 20 retired by the Celtics.
18:18 - Brain Scalabrine talks with Celtics head coach Brad Stevens about playing in London, if the NBA could expand overseas, and the amount of basketball talent outside of the United States.
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