Rajon Rondo isn’t going anywhere.



JEFF GOODMAN

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PAUL’S OPENING SALVO
So in a span of 72 hours, Boston went from being the only city to have both its winter sports teams still alive in the playoffs to having none of its winter sports teams still alive in the playoffs.



PAUL FLANNERY

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Welcome, Celtics Nation! Where you been all year?

This week, we get to snack on a plate full of doucheburgers while finding out what it means to diddle a mailbag. I don’t know what Dickerson and Tanguay do on their blog, but there’s no way it holds a candle.



MICHAEL FELGER

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The 2008-09 Boston Celtics season was identified by one number, 18, signifying the quest for the team’s next championship. While that figure was never attained, there were other landmark numbers this season.

1: Home games lost in Game 7



JESSICA CAMERATO

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Before the Celtics' final game of the 2008-09 season, Doc Rivers was asked if this was enough.



PAUL FLANNERY

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For the Celtics, there was something special in the air during Game 7 of last year’s semifinal clash with the Cavaliers.



JESSICA CAMERATO

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The Celtics have been through this too many times to feel overwhelmed. Game 7s have become second nature to this team, just four more quarters of basketball before they can advance to the next round.



JESSICA CAMERATO

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Something happens to Kendrick Perkins during the playoffs.



JESSICA CAMERATO

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Here’s the thing with Game 7’s.



PAUL FLANNERY

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This week, Leon Powe was honored with the NBA’s Community Assist Award for April. Powe’s dedication, though, goes beyond just one month.



JESSICA CAMERATO

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