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Around The Hub: NBA Labor Negotiations Drag On

Don't have a lot of time to catch up on all of today's Boston sports news? Around The Hub brings you the latest stories from all seven of our regional blogs covering the Bruins, Celtics, Patriots, Red Sox, Revolution, Boston College and UConn.

There's Still A Chance For A Deal - CelticsBlog

The Players Union walked out of their meeting with owners today causing the cancellation of the remaining two weeks of the pre-season.  The silver lining is that some middle ground appears to be attainable and a deal might be reached.

Patriots Vs. Raiders: Five Things To Review - Pats Pulpit

The Patriots did a lot of things right during their 31-19 win over the Oakland Raiders this past weekend.  Pats Pulpit takes a look at what the team did well, and what still needs to improve when the games get more important.

Should Fully Guaranteed Contracts Go For Good? - Over The Monster

Among the many things that went wrong for the Red Sox in the waning moments of the 2011 season, one of them might have been that too many guys are guaranteed too much money, affecting performance.  Should that change?

This Week In Bruins History: Prague 2010 - Stanley Cup of Chowder

The Bruins Stanley Cup run began last year in Prague with a pair of games against the Phoenix Coyotes as they kicked off their season.  The trip served to bond the team and prepare them for the perils of the playoffs.

Boston College Links: Spaz On The Hot Seat? - BC Interruption

It's not just fans that have taken note of the BC football teams struggles in the past few years.  Even some major media outlets are starting to question whether Spaz is the man to run the program going forward.

Big East Football Power Rankings - The UConn Blog

The UConn Blog has updated it's power rankings for this week, and after a bad loss to Western Michigan over the weekend, Andrew Porter isn't mincing words about the Huskies performance this year.

The Revs season is winding down, follow the team at The Bent Musket.