Found May 03, 2013 on CLNS Radio:
  Your browser doesn't support audio. Please download the file: audio/mpeg The Boston Celtics return to TD Garden Friday night to continue their march towards history. Tonight the Celtics will attempt to come-back from an 0-3 deficit vs the Knicks to tie the series and head back to Madison Square Garden for game 7. The Celtics Post Game Show will have all the coverage for you streaming LIVE at CLNS Radio and simulcast on CelticsBlog. Tonight's hosts will be Ty Ray and Brian Langford. Nick Gelso will be positioned in the CelticsBlog chat room. As always, we will be chatting with fans over at CelticsBlog and taking your calls throughout the entire 2 hour broadcast. Jared Weiss will give us our Locker Room Report. Tune in immediately following the game! Call into the Show: 347-215-7771 | Listen Live | Join the Chat Stream Mobile
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