1:26 - Tom E. Curran on his article about Bill Belichick and if he is listening to anybody anymore or receiving any pushback from his coaching staff.
6:19 - Joe Haggerty discusses the Bruins getting the win over the Red Wings, thanks to another game-winning overtime goal from Brad Marchand.
10:21 - Dan Shaughnessy joins Boston Sports Tonight to debate if Al Horford has been unfairly criticized in Boston.
15:21 - Gary Tanguay and Lou Merloni talk about David Price’s comments on his expectations for the 2018 season, how much Alex Cora can change the team, and how J.D. Martinez compares to David Ortiz.
The Celtics have waived swingman Abdel Nader, Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports reports. It opens up a roster spot perhaps for Jabari Bird or another player who impressed in Summer League play.
Nader, 24, a native of Egypt, was a second-round pick in 2016 (58th overall). The 6-6 guard/small forward averaged 3.0 points and 1.5 rebounds and shot 33.6 percent (35.4 from 3) in 48 games last season, his first in the NBA. He's still owed $450,000 but the rest of his contract was non-guaranteed.
Gordon Hayward told our Celtics Insider A. Sherrod Blakely earlier this week that "I'm just about full speed" (see video above) as he recovers from the devastating injury that derailed his season five minutes into his Celtics debut.
As if to prove it, Hayward posted an Instagram video that shows his surgically repaired ankle appearing to hold up pretty well as he hits a series of step-back and turnaround jumpers working with skills coach Drew Hanlen and finishes with him sinking 18 consecutive 3-pointers and counting.
It's on to five-on-five work next month.
Click here for more on Blakely's exclusive one-on-one interview with Hayward.