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NBA — The Celtics only had one night of rest coming off their Game 7 win over the Cavs, while Detroit had a week to prepare for the Eastern Conference finals. No matter: when the C's are in Boston, they don't lose. Kevin Garnett (26 points, 9 boards) led Boston past the Pistons 88-79 in Game 1. I've looked for some other interesting aspect to the game, but that's pretty much it… In the draft lottery, the Bulls flipped a 1.7% chance of getting the top pick into… getting the top pick. Listen people, Michael Jordan is not walking through that door.
MLB — Alex Rodriguez hit a home run in his return from the DL, but it wasn't enough to staunch the first-inning seven-run hemorrhage that Mike Mussina allowed as the Orioles cruised to a 12-2 victory. The Yankees have now lost four in a row and six of seven. Tee-hee! … John Lackey returned to the Angels' rotation and threw seven innings of one-run ball to get his first win since last September, a 3-1 decision over the Blue Jays… Pinch-hitter extraordinaire Greg Dobbs came through with a bloop RBI single in the ninth to help the Phillies edge the Nats 1-0. Cole Hamels struck out 11 over seven innings in the no-decision… Jorge Campillo and Tom Glavine pitched gems as the Braves swept the Mets in a doubleheader. Really? Two games of baseball in a single day? Just thinking about it makes me tired.