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03/08/2010 - 12:14am
Bodden: 'It's all about who wants me'

Free agent cornerback Leigh Bodden touched down in Houston Sunday night for a meeting with the Texans, and had plenty to say. Fox 26 TV in Houston was the first to chase him down, and he appeared excited about the possibility of being wooed by the Texans.

“I think it’s great having a team like the Houston Texans being interested in me,” Bodden said in an interview at Houston’s Hobby Airport. “I’m just going to go here, meet the coaches, and hopefully everything goes good.”

Bodden called the free agency process “kind of nerve-wracking,” but added that, “it is what it is. It’s part of the business. ... Hopefully I can get things done with the Texans and just move on.”

Bodden, who said he had other visits planned, also talked a little about the Patriots, saying he hasn’t closed the door on a potential return to New England.

“I had...

03/07/2010 - 11:43pm
Late Wizardry: C's escape with win

Ray Allen hit consecutive 3-point field goals in the final two minutes, including the go-ahead trey with 17.1 seconds remaining, as the Celtics survived the lowly Washington Wizards, 86-83, on Sunday night at TD Garden. The Celtics won their fourth straight, their longest streak since winning 11 straight from Nov. 22-Dec. 14. Trailing by 13 with just over six minutes remaining, the Celtics put on a late charge. They scored 10 straight to cut it to a three-point game with 2:57 remaining. Rajon Rondo then converted a layup and Allen drained a 3-pointer to put Boston up, 82-81, 1:33 remaining, capping a 16-2 run. Allen finished with a game-high 25 points and was 4-of-6 from beyond the arc. The Celtics play in Milwaukee on Tuesday before returning home for a game against Memphis on Wednesday. For complete coverage, visit the Green Street blog. 


03/07/2010 - 9:09pm
BU advances to America East final

There will be at least one New England team in the NCAA tournament this year.

 

Corey Lowe scored 24 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 4:33 remaining, and fourth-seeded Boston University knocked off top-seeded Stony Brook, 70-63, in the semifinals of the America East tournament Sunday night in Hartford.

 

With its first win over Stony Brook in three tries this season, BU (19-12) advances to play at Vermont Saturday at noon for a berth in the NCAA tournament. It marks the Terriers' first appearance in the title game since 2003. They last made the NCAA tournament in 2002.

 

BU used a 15-0 run late in the first half to build a 16-point cushion, and the Terriers took a 37-24 lead into the locker room. But Stony Brook (22-9) fought back and had a 56-52 lead with five minutes remaining before Lowe sparked a game-deciding 9-0 run.

 

Lowe also had five steals for BU, while...

03/07/2010 - 8:51pm
T. Allen cleared to play, Finley inactive

After missing Friday's game in Philadelphia with a hip injury, Tony Allen was cleared to play on Sunday by trainers and head coach Doc Rivers. Allen said he is still getting a combination of massage, stimulation, ice and heat treatment on the hip, which he said was still "not 100 percent." Meanwhile, Rivers held newcomer Michael Finley out of the game after Finley arrived in Boston Saturday night just after 8 p.m. He took part in team meetings and a shootaround Sunday afternoon at the Garden but is expected to practice with the team first before making his likely debut on Wednesday at home against Memphis. For complete coverage, visit the Green Street blog. 


03/07/2010 - 8:47pm
Northeastern bows out in CAA semis

Northeastern rallied from a 14-point halftime deficit to take a late lead but could not finish off William & Mary, losing 47-45 in the semifinals of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament in Richmond, Va. The third-seeded Tribe advance to play top-seeded Old Dominion in Monday night's final.

 

David Schneider hit a 3-pointer with 35 seconds left to put William & Mary (22-9) up by two points. It was Schneider's only basket in nine attempts. Northeastern (20-12) missed six consecutive shots in the final 30 seconds that would have given the Huskies a tie or the lead, including two in-close shots by Nkem Ojougboh in the final two seconds.

 

Northeastern trailed 31-17 at the half but opened the second half with a 9-0 run. William & Mary took more than six minutes to score its first point of the period, a free throw that made the score 32-26 with 13:56 remaining. The Huskies tied the game at 37 shortly after the...

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