Will Austin Rivers Play for the Celtics?

Will Austin Rivers Play for the Celtics? Yesterday, Austin Rivers announced that he’s leaving Duke after one season to enter the NBA Draft, and Doc Rivers should avoid drafting Austin at all costs, at least according Andrew Bock over at Bleacher Report. “There are plenty of reasons not to go after the coach’s son: inexperience, size and the fact that the Celtics need a center more than a hybrid guard, so it’s really a no-brainer,” Bock writes. Fair enough. [WCVB | Bleacher Report]

Kraft Group Files Federal Civil Rights Suit Against Foxborough. The billboards snafu was the straw that broke the camel’s back, and now it’s really Bob Kraft vs. Foxborough. [Boston.com]

Sen. Stephen Brewer and 30 Co-Signers Apparently Haven’t Heard of Trayvon Martin. Brewer, D-Barre, is advocating a bill that would extend the state’s “Castle Doctrine,” and would essentially allow the use of deadly force without first making an attempt to retreat. [MassLive.com]

Menino Will Unveil Innovation Center in the Innovation District. Construction on the swanky $5.5-million center in the Seaport District starts in April, with hopes of completion by early 2013. Just another example of how the ass backwards approach to the Innovation District is actually working. [Globe]

What Jonathan Papelbon Really Should Have Said. Now that Papelbon is in Philly and decided to insult Boston’s baseball IQ, it’s time for us to return the favor and insult his overall IQ. If he really wanted to make a point, what Papelbon should have said is that Boston fans know baseball about as well as he commands the English language: “I wasn’t trying to offend nobody, man,” Papelbon said to the Globe. “I was just calling a spade a spade. I’ve been in the bullpen down there many a times in Boston to know this [fan] don’t have a clue what he’s talking about. …” We don’t have got no clue, either. Yeah, right. [NESN]

Rodent Repellant Caused Logan Airport Evacuation Yesterday Morning. Mystery solved! [WHDH]