Morning Sports Update: Danny Ainge explains how mistakes are made at trade deadline

Good morning, sports fans

Danny Ainge speaks during a news conference at the NBA basketball team. Steven Senne/AP

Loui Eriksson scores an overtime, game-winning goal in the Bruins’ 2-1 win over the Blue Jackets on Tuesday, Jets wideout Brandon Marshall says he owns Bill Belichick, and Danny Ainge talks about letting trades come to him at the deadline.

Tuukka Rask stones a pair of Blue Jackets breakaways in Bruins’ win:

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Danny Ainge explains how mistakes are made at trade deadline: “Basically, you have to be ready to pull the trigger and you can’t get involved in a chase,’’ Ainge said. “Maybe you overpay for that transcendent player, but if you get caught up in bidding against five or six teams, I think that’s when mistakes are made.’ (The Boston Globe)

Hanley Ramirez reports to spring training:

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Brandon Marshall on Bill Belichick: ‘I own him’:

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Koji Uehara is taking a Tom Brady-esque approach to retirement planning: “If I do terrible and no team wants to take me, I will retire. But not until then,’’ Uehara said with the assistance of translator C.J. Matsumoto. (The Boston Globe)

Jerod Mayo announces his retirment on Instagram:

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Celtics play-by-play voice Mike Gorman knows the passion and reason behind rooting for the home team: “I used to sneak into the old building, the old Boston Garden, when I was in high school,’’ Gorman said. “I’d take the train in from Dorchester, climb up the fire escape, and bang on the door. Somebody on the second balcony would come and eventually open the door and let us in.’’ (Boston.com)


Unbelievable images from the old Boston Garden

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