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Breakfast Pod: B's fall to Leafs in Game 1; Who will replace Marcus Smart?

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Breakfast Pod: B's fall to Leafs in Game 1; Who will replace Marcus Smart?

The Bruins get off on the wrong foot in their first-round playoff series against the Maple Leafs, the Red Sox rally for a much-needed walkoff win at Fenway, and the Celtics plan for life — at least for a little while — without Marcus Smart.

1:26 - Michael Felger and Tony Amonte break down the Maple Leafs' goaltending. They also hand out some grades to the Bruins after their poor performance in Game 1 of the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

5:42 - Danielle Trotta, Tom Giles and Michael Holley look at the Red Sox schedule and break down why their walkoff win over the Blue Jays was a much needed confidence-booster.

9:39 - Finally, Brad Stevens talks about Marcus Smart’s injury. Brian Scalabrine, Chris Forsberg, A. Sherrod Blakely and Kyle Draper discuss Marcus Smart’s impact on this Celtics team as they gear up for the first round of the playoffs. The Celtics crew also predicts who they think will fill in for him as a starter.

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Best of the 2010s: Picking our favorite sports moments of the decade

Best of the 2010s: Picking our favorite sports moments of the decade

Naming the best Boston sports moment of the decade is an impossible task.

With so many options to choose from, it's eye-opening just how fortunate New England has been over the last 10 years to witness countless unforgettable moments across all of its teams.

From Malcolm Butler's Super Bowl-winning interception to Jayson Tatum dunking on LeBron James in the Eastern Conference Finals, Boston sports has had a little bit of everything for everyone. As difficult as it is to narrow it down to one favorite moment, our NBC Sports Boston staff came up with a great variety of choices.

Here were their picks. . .

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Best of the 2010s: Picking our favorite Boston teams of the decade

Best of the 2010s: Picking our favorite Boston teams of the decade

The 2010s have been very kind to Boston sports fans. In total, the teams have won six championships -- three for the Patriots, two for the Red Sox, one for the Bruins -- and there have been countless deep playoff runs during the decade as well.

But picking a favorite of those teams? That's no easy task.

Plenty of the Boston teams this decade have had talent. But some have really embodied the personality of the city. Some overachieved to absurd heights. And one was able to pick up the city after one of its darkest days and give it something to rally around.

There is a lot to like about the teams that have played this decade. Picking a favorite team is difficult, but that's exactly what we asked our NBC Sports Boston on-air talents to do as the 2010s wind to a close.

Without further ado, here's a look at their picks.

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