This Week in Boston Sports (April 26-May 2)

By on April 26, 2010 in

Dwayne Wade was able to net 30 points in the second half for his Miami Heat to defeat the Boston Celtics 101-92 yesterday at the American Airlines Arena. Miami avoided the potential first round sweep with the W, pushing the series back to Boston for Game 5 on Tuesday. Kevin Garnett insists that Boston is confident in regards to closing the series at the TD Garden, saying “they did what they were supposed to do, which is defend the home court. And now we’re thinking the same thing going back home.” Loge seats for tomorrow’s contest are currently priced at $45.

Bruins forward Marc Savard says he’s good to go for Game 6 tonight at the Garden against the Buffalo Sabres. Savard hasn’t played since suffering a Grade 2 concussion on March 7th in Pittsburgh. “I felt great,” he said. “It’s a tough situation. It’s obviously a huge game and I haven’t played in a long time. I felt great out there. I was controlling the puck well and had some contact down low.” The Bruins hold the 3-2 series advantage. Tickets for tonight are still available with prices starting at $65.

The Boston Red Sox are on the road all this week with games in Toronto and Baltimore. They will return to Fenway to play host to the Los Angeles Angels for three-games starting Monday, May 3rd. Prices for Sox vs. Angels are ranging from $35-$90. The New England Revolution is looking forward to a pair of home games at Gillette Saturday, May 1st against the Dallas Burn and Wednesday, May 5th against Chivas USA. Tickets to Revolution games start at just $35 apiece. More Boston sports updates to come!


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