By BRENDAN McGAIR
There's probably a vast majority of you thinking that how in God's name can the Celtics follow up defeating highly gifted/highly flawed Miami Heat by losing to the LeBron-less Cavaliers.
This Celtics team was not constructed with back-to-back nights in mind. Too many members of the Green have had their odometers stretched to the max, meaning Boston will spend much of the season picking and choosing when to turn it on and when to back off.
Red Sox fans saw their team die a slow death during the regular season. Yankee fans have to wait until late October to see their team die. What's the difference? If you don't win the World Series, it doesn't matter when your season ends.
It's 1-0 Rangers in the fourth. Still time to stall the inevitable.
(Editor's note: This is the first blog entry for sports editor Terry Nau on our updated website. Feel free to comment. I won't be writing about the Yankees again until next month when they sign Cliff Lee!)