WALTHAM -- Starting with Monday night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers at the TD Garden, the Celtics are entering one of the most demanding parts of their schedule. After playing the Clippers — a team that beat the C's, 92-90, on Dec. 27 — the Celtics have two days off and then play at Orlando and Atlanta on Thursday and Friday, respectively. Then they welcome the defending champion Lakers to the Garden on Sunday, followed the next day by a game in Washington. The tough stretch ends with a game against Miami a week from Wednesday. "From a schedule prospective, it looks daunting because we're playing some of the better teams in the league," Celtics guard Ray Allen said on Sunday. "Right now, it's an 'us' project, just focusing on the small, little things that we've done to be successful, the things we've done to build this team to where it is right now." For more, including audio from Rivers on his concerns for Kevin Garnett, visit the Green Street blog.
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