Morning Sports Update: Marcus Smart explains his frustration, fouls vs. Heat

The third-year guard received both technical and Flagrant 1 fouls in Miami.

Marcus Smart was whistled for a flagrant one foul after this hard contest.
Marcus Smart was whistled for a Flagrant 1 foul after this hard contest. –EPA/Rhona Wise

The Celtics won their fifth game in their last seven last night, but Marcus Smart was frustrated by some things that happened during the game.

Marcus Smart frustrated with ‘a mixture of everything’ after Boston Celtics beat Miami Heat: CSNNE reporter Abby Chin asked Marcus Smart last night about the apparent frustration he was showing on the court. He cited “a mixture of everything,” saying, “I just know they’re fouling, and I get called for technicals and everything, and I’m just looking around like what am I doing?” Smart said. “I’m not saying anything to the officials.” He also referenced his struggles at the free throw line. (MassLive)

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Bill Belichick reflects on Tom Brady’s 200th win: ‘I feel very fortunate to have been able to coach him’: During a weekly radio appearance, Bill Belichick gave his opinion on Tom Brady winning 200 games. “I enjoy coaching him every day of every week. He’s very competitive. He puts the team first. He tries to what we ask him to do to win and we win quite a few games. 200 wins is a lot of win,” he said. Belichick also named the one quarterback he would want besides Brady. (WEEI)

Tom Brady unfazed by injury, might be ‘fastest 39 year-old healer’ there is: On his own weekly radio appearance, Tom Brady spoke to the extent of his knee injury, which seemed to hamper him Sunday. “I expect it to heal,” Brady said Monday night. “I’m a pretty fast healer. I hope I don’t have to deal with it much longer. I might be the fastest 39-year-old healer you know,” he said. Brady added that he regretted being unable to practice and prepare last week. (NESN)

6 ‘can’t-touch’ players that could be the key to a Chris Sale trade: Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal reports that in speaking with a general manager recently, the asking price for White Sox lefthander Chris Sale is “through the roof.” The same source also said that given Sale’s caliber, the request was not entirely unreasonable, although others doubted that their asking price would be met. Rosenthal mentions that the Red Sox are one team that has interest in Sale. (Fox Sports)

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Watch: Bryant guard mistakenly dribbles out the clock in 91-90 loss to Brown: 

(Boston.com)

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