There’s a hackish lead in here somewhere. Something about a tale of two halves. But cliché as it may be, there’s something to that.



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BOSTON – The Celtics may be struggling on Fridays this season, but they’ve rebounded in time to show their Sunday best.
 



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The Celtics winning streak may have unraveled in the last five minutes of their 98-97 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers Friday night, but its seed was sown much earlier.



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One word spoke volumes about a man who could talk for days. It was a slip of the tongue that came after a game in late November. The word was quickly clarified, but one small pronoun left a lasting impression.



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Jim Calhoun would have been proud watching this game.



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Another night, another city, another Celtics victory.
 



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Doc Rivers knew it could happen if Rajon Rondo let it.
 



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The Celtics made a pit stop in Boston on Tuesday night in between road trips, and stayed just long enough to recover from a struggling performance on the boards and pull away in the fourth with a 98-89 win over the Bucks (check out the full game recap



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“I would say, unfortunately, I know he’s on your team right now, but Rasheed Wallace was someone I don’t believe anyone cared for. Looking back, it’s probably because he’s one of the smartest players in the league.



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The NBA’s newest sensation is set to make his Boston debut Tuesday when Brandon Jennings and the Bucks play the Celtics.



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