The Celtics knocked off the Mavericks, 102-93 as Paul Pierce scored 29 points Saturday night in Dallas. It was the fourth straight win for the Celtics and fifth in their last six games. They also completed a road sweep of the Texas teams after beating San Antonio earlier in the year and the Rockets, Friday night. Ray Allen added 21 points and Rajon Rondo had 20 points and 10 rebounds. Read more in the Fast Break.

The Big Three were back on Friday night in Houston.



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The Big Three came together to help the Celtics beat the Rockets, 94-87, on Friday night in Houston. Paul Pierce led all players with 26 points (15 in the fourth quarter); Ray Allen shot 5-for-8 from long-range to score 19, and Kevin Garnett scored 15. Luis Scola and Kevin Martin led the Rockets with 17 points apiece. Rajon Rondo dished 10 assists, just five less than the entire Rockets team combined. The Celtics will face the Rockets again in April.

Whatever happens to Brian Scalabrine after this season, he isn't pinning the outcome on anyone but himself.



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Career opportunity has come knocking for Bill Walker and J.R. Giddens



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In the first 12 minutes at the Garden last night, the Celtics shot 21 times and made 14 of them. The Knicks took 20 and made five.



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So, we know that they can do it. We know that if the Celtics set their mind to it, they can still play in-your-grill defense and pass the ball quickly to the open man.



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Kendrick Perkins knew what to expect from Anderson Varejao.



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The Celtics only watched the first quarter of their loss to the Grizzlies, but that 12 minutes of film was all they needed to get the message.
 



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Before Wednesday night’s Celtics-Grizzlies game, autographed boxing gloves from Manny Pacquiao adorned the Celtics’ lockers. They were a gift from the world-renowned boxer, whom many players on the team met following their championship in 2008.



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