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Daily Jolt: New England needs Ed Reed, 'Melo may sit out ASG

Thursday, February 14
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New England needs Ed Reed

Bill Belichick's drafts may have received mixed reviews, but many of his offseason acquisitions have paid off -- Rosevelt Colvin, Corey Dillon, Rodney Harrison, Randy Moss, Junior Seau and Wes Welker come to mind. [Each] of them had a major impact in keeping the New England Patriots in Super Bowl contention over the past decade. At first glance, this offseason does not look to be one where the Patriots will make one of those moves. ... [The] potential decline of Tom Brady and the fact that the distance between New England the rest of the AFC title contenders is likely diminishing means a return to the status quo won't be enough for the Patriots to earn a berth in Super Bowl XLVIII. To do that, they need to find a way to sign Ed Reed. (ESPN.com) Comment

'Melo might sit out All-Star Game

The Knicks, along with their offensive leader Carmelo Anthony, could use a break. After injuring his right biceps during last night's 92-88 loss to the Raptors, Anthony left open the possibility of sitting out Sunday's All-Star Game. Anthony had a dead arm and the Knicks looked like a dead team. Ugly loss. Ugly game. Ugly night. The Knicks ended the unofficial first half with a thud in a dispiriting loss, allowing Toronto reserve Alan Anderson to light up Broadway for 26 points while Anthony went into the tank. Anthony, heading to Houston for the All-Star Game, shot a dreadful 5-of-24 for 12 points. The Knicks, the oldest team in the league, sputtered into the break at 32-18 and losers of two straight. (New York Post) Comment

Dice-K seeking revenge on Red Sox?

Considering the kind of money he made in Boston, Red Sox fans might reasonably expect Daisuke Matsuzaka to be thanking the team. [Matsuzaka] officially signed his minor-league contract with the Indians on Wednesday and -- if a Tweet by MLB.com's Jordan Bastian is accurate -- appeared to fire a shot across the Red Sox bow: One reason Dice-K picked the Indians? They're in the AL. "I want to pitch against Boston," he said through interpreter Jeff Cutler. ... Really? You went 17-22 with a 5.53 ERA in 56 artless, torturous appearances from 2009 to today. This, somehow, is the Red Sox' fault? You feel the need for vengeance against the Red Sox for paying you $37 million over the last four years? (CSNNE.com) Comment

Must-See Photo
Must-See Photo

UNC's James Michael McAdoo was held to only nine points in the Tar Heels' 73-68 loss to Duke last night. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Must-See Video

Senators' Erik Karlsson collided with the Penguin's Matt Cooke, suffering a lacerated left Achilles' tendon.

Game To Watch

The Miami Heat travel to Oklahoma City in a rematch of the 2012 NBA Finals, 8:00 p.m. ET.

This Day in Sports
SI Vault: More Wilt Chamberlain
  • 1966 -- Wilt Chamberlain broke the NBA career scoring record (at the time) with 20,884 points. Today he's fourth on the alltime career scoring list with 31,419 points.
  • 1988 -- At 50 years old, Bobby Allison becomes the oldest driver to win the Daytona 500.
  • 2004 -- Sean Burke of the Philadelphia Flyers gets his 300th win, becoming the 20th goalie to reach the milestone.
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