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Around The Hub: Would Lockout Shortened Season Benefit Celtics?

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.

Consider The Spurs Post-Lockout Title (CelticsBlog): If the lockout cuts into the 2011-12 NBA season, the Boston Celtics may have a better shot at winning a title.

Flashy Second Round Picks Highlight Fifth Bruins' Development Camp (Stanley Cup Of Chowder): With the B's development camp nearing it's end, Sarah Connors looks back at the standouts. 

Film Breakdown: TE Aaron Hernandez (Pats Pulpit): Richard Hill breaks down Patriots second-year tight end Aaron Hernandez, who could improve vastly this season.

Read the rest of this morning's links after the jump.

Weiland's Debut A Mixed Bag (Over The Monster): Marc Normandin at OTM examines the ups and downs of Weiland's debut with the Red Sox.

New England Revolution Vs. Manchester United: Know Thy Enemy (The Bent Musket): The Revs will face the defending English Premier League champs as part of the World Football Challenge, and The Bent Musket has everything you need to know about the match.

Donnie Fletcher Named To 2011 Jim Thorpe Award Watch List (BC Interruption): Donnie Fletcher is the latest member of the Eagles' football team named to a preseason watch list.

USA U19 Team Falls In Quarterfinals, Lamb Continues To Play Well (The UConn Blog): Jeremy Lamb continued his solid play, leading the team with 21 points, but the USA U19 team was topped by Russia in the quarterfinals.