One free throw would have given the Celtics an advantage. Two likely would have ensured overtime.

But Rajon Rondo missed both.



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Privately, and sometimes publicly, the Celtics will admit that if there is any one team in the Eastern Conference that makes them nervous it’s the Orlando Magic.



For many of the Celtics growing up, December 25 was just as much about basketball as it was about gifts and Santa Claus.



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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.



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.



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.
 



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



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