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Morning Sports Update: Listen to police dispatch audio from Chandler Jones’s medical emergency

Chandler Jones in the second half against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Winslow Townson/AP

Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones reportedly went to the hospital early Sunday morning, and police audio has emerged from the incident. The NFL Rams will return to Los Angeles in 2016. And the Celtics lose to the Knicks, 120-114.

Chandler Jones reportedly admitted to hospital Sunday for undisclosed medical emergency: “Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones was rushed to Norwood Hospital Sunday morning after he showed up at the Foxboro Police Department with a medical emergency, police dispatch records show.’’ (the Boston Herald)

Here’s the audio from the police dispatch during Chandler Jones’s interaction with the police:

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Brad Stevens assigned Marcus Smart to guard Kristaps Porzingis, which Stevens admits was ‘kinda crazy’: Celtics coach Brad Stevens admitted that the Smart-on-Porzingis assignment was, “kinda crazy, but [Smart] likes those types of challenges.’’ (ESPN.com)

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