Morning Sports Update: Kelly Olynyk questionable, Jae Crowder not 100 percent for Game 2

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Kelly Olynyk is questionable for Game 2 vs. the Hawks. Jessica Rinaldi / The Boston Globe

Marathon bombing survivor Adrianne Haslet finishes the 120th Boston Marathon, the Celtics have multiple injured impact players, and the Red Sox lose, 4-3, to the Blue Jays.

Kelly Olynyk questionable for Game 2, Jae Crowder’s ankle not at 100 percent: After aggravating a right (shooting) shoulder injury that forced him to miss 12 games after the All-Star break, Kelly Olynyk sat out practice and is uncertain for Tuesday night’s Game 2. (MassLive.com)

Marathon bombing survivor Adrianne Haslet crosses the finish line: Boston Marathon bombing survivor Adrianne Haslet crossed the finish line of the 2016 race around 7:20 p.m. (Boston.com)

Pablo Sandoval gets cortisone injection in shoulder, too sore for full exam by doctor: The Red Sox third baseman had his shoulder examined by Dr. James Andrews in Florida on Monday morning, but he couldn’t get a full exam because the shoulder was “very sore.” Instead, he got a cortisone shot to calm down the inflammation and will likely be re-examined by Dr. Andrews in a few weeks. (WEEI.com)


Koji Uehara says ‘my body was not awake’ after allowing a four-run inning: “That was nothing,” the 41-year-old right-hander said through translator C.J. Matsumoto before joking, “It’s probably just early morning. It was just my body was not awake.” (ESPN.com)

What the Boston Marathon is now: When the 120th Boston Marathon began on Monday morning, I was having breakfast with my daughter at a little restaurant in Waltham. The place was filled with people wearing gear from marathons past: participation jackets from 2014, official’s jerseys from the tragic race in 2013. (Boston.com)

Rex Ryan introduces Donald Trump at a rally in Buffalo: “We all know I’m not a politician. I’m not a public speaker. I’m just a football coach.” (FTW.USAToday.com)


Jets reportedly visiting with former Patriots quarterback Brian Hoyer:


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