“Just come in and just be Nate.”



JESSICA CAMERATO

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There was a surreal quality to the Celtics' 110-106 win (click here for recap) over the Knicks Tuesday night at TD Garden.



PAUL FLANNERY

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The Celtics entered the All-Star break in a slump, plagued by injuries in the first half and struggling to put together four quarters of basketball. There were even talks of breaking up the Big Three and dealing Ray Allen for younger talent.



JESSICA CAMERATO

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Overcoming a 20-point deficit is impressive. Then again, facing a 20-point deficit is problematic in itself.



JESSICA CAMERATO

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Now that it’s finally official and Nate Robinson is coming to the Celtics, we can finally address the important question: What does it mean on the court?



PAUL FLANNERY

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Danny Ainge made his trade deadline move and, all things considered, it was a relatively minor one.



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After covering the 2008 NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans for Hoopsworld, I was excited to cover the festivities again this year. But what was supposed to be a quick flight to Dallas turned into a 22-hour journey that had too many twists and turns not to share.

Thursday, Feb. 11



JESSICA CAMERATO

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With trade rumors swirling around a possible acquisition of Knicks guard Nate Robinson, the Celtics found themselves locked in an early offensive struggle against one of the fastest-paced teams in the league.



PAUL FLANNERY

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“It’s not right. I think it's all of our jobs to rectify this travesty.”

Bill Walton on Dennis Johnson not being elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006



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