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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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.



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



Before the Celtics went on their four-game road trip the mood around the team was one of unease. What had happened to this once-dominant team that we had seen in early November?



For years, San Antonio was a dreaded location for the Celtics. They simply could not win there.
 



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