Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss the Celtics loss in game one, and whether or not they can steal game two before returning to Boston on Thursday.

[0:01:17] ... like you would say a disinterested. Holy crap we better wake up Cleveland Cavaliers team is to go. Oh yeah that first thing you steal at first when because you know you've got things going pretty ...
[0:06:19] ... five games if they lose that sixty. If they lose to the Cleveland Cavaliers they're supposed to do right yeah this is still a wildly successful season. For the Celtics this is a big step forward ...
[0:07:10] ... of these guys. In the playoffs this week. All right you know Chris Paul was great for the clippers not available. You know Yonder Jordan got your creative but I'll that he wants to come above. ...
[0:08:36] ... win like there is the player out there. It is short of LeBron James almost you can get a couple of minutes on the way they thought you know what they do you think your gallery ...






Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss the Celtics loss in game one, and whether or not they can steal game two before returning to Boston on Thursday.

[0:01:17] ... like you would say a disinterested. Holy crap we better wake up Cleveland Cavaliers team is to go. Oh yeah that first thing you steal at first when because you know you've got things going pretty ...
[0:06:19] ... five games if they lose that sixty. If they lose to the Cleveland Cavaliers they're supposed to do right yeah this is still a wildly successful season. For the Celtics this is a big step forward ...
[0:07:10] ... of these guys. In the playoffs this week. All right you know Chris Paul was great for the clippers not available. You know Yonder Jordan got your creative but I'll that he wants to come above. ...
[0:08:36] ... win like there is the player out there. It is short of LeBron James almost you can get a couple of minutes on the way they thought you know what they do you think your gallery ...






We wrap up the day with some of the best sound you may have missed.

[0:02:58] ... asleep with a time you know that was Larry Bird bulletins alone. Jon Lester struggled on the mound in Chicago have been putting well documented his problem throwing to bases have been talked about even more ...
[0:03:55] ... Anthony Rizzo credit for being clever fine. Just ignore the fact that Jon Lester somehow felt compelled to throw its lot ample all the president's death. To think the reflexive dissipated that was that would have ...
[0:05:44] ... go with that. So what the CMA awards last night cowboys quarterback Tony Romo made a guest appearance to present an award. Before Romo could beginning with begged by hosting country singer Blake Shelton. To throw ...
[0:06:47] ... this is legit. Doesn't want this and want them. Deflated ball. Why Dallas Cowboys. We have real balls. Up and I already know rams' walk tackle pat and I wanna Seattle at this century. That voted the playoff games as Pro Bowl wanted his career. Well well yeah football politically he killed that's real threats like that it's a blatantly somebody's mentioning deflate gave them the it believes each guilty that I'm wondering the NFL isn't. GMC has released video and audio Warren Sapp to arrest for assault and solicitation that occurred the night at the Super Bowl now. The audio it's a little Dicey we'll get into the gory details on tomorrow's final drive when we're back in studio and can cover our butts. But for today here's a preview clip from this this is Warren Sapp winding. He complete this bully and his arrest in the fact that he's going to jail. We have to put it intentionally ...






We wrap up the day with some of the best sound you may have missed.

[0:02:58] ... asleep with a time you know that was Larry Bird bulletins alone. Jon Lester struggled on the mound in Chicago have been putting well documented his problem throwing to bases have been talked about even more ...
[0:03:55] ... Anthony Rizzo credit for being clever fine. Just ignore the fact that Jon Lester somehow felt compelled to throw its lot ample all the president's death. To think the reflexive dissipated that was that would have ...
[0:05:44] ... go with that. So what the CMA awards last night cowboys quarterback Tony Romo made a guest appearance to present an award. Before Romo could beginning with begged by hosting country singer Blake Shelton. To throw ...
[0:06:47] ... this is legit. Doesn't want this and want them. Deflated ball. Why Dallas Cowboys. We have real balls. Up and I already know rams' walk tackle pat and I wanna Seattle at this century. That voted the playoff games as Pro Bowl wanted his career. Well well yeah football politically he killed that's real threats like that it's a blatantly somebody's mentioning deflate gave them the it believes each guilty that I'm wondering the NFL isn't. GMC has released video and audio Warren Sapp to arrest for assault and solicitation that occurred the night at the Super Bowl now. The audio it's a little Dicey we'll get into the gory details on tomorrow's final drive when we're back in studio and can cover our butts. But for today here's a preview clip from this this is Warren Sapp winding. He complete this bully and his arrest in the fact that he's going to jail. We have to put it intentionally ...






Ethiopia’€™s Lelisa Desisa won his second Boston Marathon men’€™s race on Monday, finishing with a time of 2:09:17. Desisa also won the race in 2013. The top American finisher was Dathan Rizenhien in seventh. Last year’€™s winner, Meb Keflezighi, finished eight.

Ethiopia’€™s Lelisa Desisa won his second Boston Marathon men’€™s race on Monday, finishing with a time of 2:09:17. Desisa also won the race in 2013. The top American finisher was Dathan Rizenhien in seventh. Last year’€™s winner, Meb Keflezighi, finished eight.

On the women’€™s side, Kenya’€™s Caroline Rotich (2:24:55) beat Ethiopia’€™s Mare Dibaba by four seconds in an exciting finish that featured multiple lead changes in the final mile. Desiree Linden was the top American finisher, coming in fourth. Marblehead’€™s Shalane Flanagan finished ninth.

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Patriots’ Day is special for a lot of reasons. It commemorates the first battles of the Revolutionary War. It’s a state holiday. It’s Boston Marathon Day. The Red Sox play their annual 11 a.m. game.

But the 2015 Patriots’ Day is extra special because it marks the three-month anniversary of the Deflategate investigation. Specifically it was late in the evening of Jan. 20 when Chris Mortensen sent out his now infamous and inaccurate tweet about 11 of the 12 balls being underinflated by 2 pounds (the ball itself weighs about 1 pound) that made the entire country lose its damn mind.

To put Deflategate in perspective, the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial started on March 4and had a verdict on April 8. Aaron Hernandez‘s trial had opening statements on Jan. 29 and was decided on April 15. But the NFL’s investigation into the possible underinflation of some unknown number of footballs by as much as an alleged 2 pounds per square inch in a blowout victory now has entered its fourth big month.

In honor of this occasion, I went to the authority on all guy-related issues, Ask Men, to find out the proper way to celebrate. Here’s what Ask Men says:

1- The three-month anniversary (dating)
What it means: For most couples, the three-month mark is the time to realize that they’re headed for a committed relationship. So, you can approach this celebration as your opportunity to mutually acknowledge your commitment to each other. 

What you should do: You can opt for the traditional meal out. Pick a snazzy place and get yourself looking sharp. Remember: Play this celebration as a toast to the future rather than one to the past. Or as an alternative to the regular dinner, consider planning a fun event. Take her to a comedy show or a concert that she’ll like; this way, you can spend time together without too much seriousness. (Note: Three months is the earliest you should celebrate. Celebrate any earlier and you may come off as a little overeager.)

So that’s what I’m going to do. I want Deflategate to know that I’m all about having committed relationship. Since this is our opportunity to mutually acknowledge our commitment to each other, I’m dressing sharp and going to a snazzy place where we can spend time together without too much seriousness. Because it’s a day all about the future, not the past.

So to that end, I’m celebrating with a live remote of the Dale & Holley show from the Marathon finish line, a couple of beers and a terrible, outdated Deflategate joke from a quarterback who’s never won a thing:

Deflategate and I have had a great start, and I know we’ll be together a long, long time. At the risk of seeming overeager, Happy Anniversary, beautiful.

@JerryThornton1

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This past week might have been the greatest collective Nerdgasm the world has experienced since George Lucas murdered our childhoods with the “Star Wars: Episode I” crapfest back in 1999. In the span of just a few days we got the first “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” trailer, another look at “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” and even an extended preview of  “Ant-Man” which looks surprisingly good.

But of course nothing could compare to the epic “Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens” trailer that brought the Internet to its knees. I watched it and had the exact same reaction as Mathew McConaughey does in this video, right down to the tears when we finally get to see Han Solo and Chewbacca getting the band back together. I might as well have been back in my room in Weymouth playing with my Millennium Falcon model and dreaming of rescuing princesses from space stations that look like tiny moons. J.J. Abrams better not screw this up, because he’s got the hopes of billions of geeks riding on it. Let’s hope the Force is strong with him.

P.S. By way of full disclosure, while I did sob a little watching the new trailer, it was nothing like the all-out, full-blown crying jag I went on seeing Julian Edelman‘s “Star Pats.” When his football career is over Minitron needs to go straight to Hollywood.

P.P.S. Is he saying Tom Brady is his sister, or Han? Either way, I’m confused.

@JerryThornton1

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