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02/07/2012 - 9:56pm
Pierce soars over Bird on C's scoring list

BOSTON -- With 10:22 remaining in the third quarter of Tuesday night's game against the Bobcats, Celtics captain Paul Pierce passed Larry Bird for No. 2 on the team's all-time scoring list.

After 13-plus seasons in a Celtics uniform, the 34-year-old Pierce entered the game needing just nine points to tie and 10 to pass Bird, who finished his 13-year career with 21,791 points. After scoring seven first-half points to close within two of Larry Legend, The Truth made his fourth 3-point attempt to seal the deal.

"Whenever you pass anybody in Boston, that means you're old, first of all," Celtics coach Doc Rivers said prior to the game. "That's the only way you can get there. You would have to play a long time, because of the history of this franchise and the numbers that have been amassed. ... He's been so consistent throughout his career. Passing Larry Bird in anything is pretty impressive."

Pierce still trails John Havlicek...

02/07/2012 - 8:16pm
Stiemsma survives waiver deadline

Greg Stiemsma is still a member of the Celtics, and while his contract doesn't become guaranteed until Friday, he passed through Tuesday's deadline without hitting the waiver wire, which is a good indication that he'll be with the team for the rest of the season. Stiemsma is the only player on the 15-man roster who doesn't have a guaranteed contract.

The 26-year-old made the team out of camp and got off to a fast start, scoring 13 points against the Wizards. Since then he's scored only eight points in 15 games and he lost his backup center role to Chris Wilcox. But in limited minutes he's shown an ability to rebound and block shots, making him a nice complementary big man at a low cost.

"First of all, he’s a good spirit," Celtics coach Doc Rivers said. "The guy never complains, does his work every single day. And secondly, he does give us an option. He’s a shot blocker, and he can actually make shots as well. We have a...

02/07/2012 - 8:10pm
C's Bass to return; Dooling getting closer

BOSTON -- After missing Sunday's matinee against the Grizzlies with left knee soreness, Celtics Sixth Man Brandon Bass is set to return from his one-game absence when the C's host the Bobcats on Tuesday night.

"Obviously, it bothered him enough not to play [on Sunday]," Celtics head coach Doc Rivers said prior to the game, "and I just think with the amount of games the way it is ... there are going to be games where guys wake up and they can't play. And I think we have to be ready for that."

Meanwhile, backup guard Keyon Dooling woke up for the seventh straight game -- and 13th out of 14 -- unable to play as the result of back-to-back knee and hip injuries. Celtics trainer Eddie Lacerte alerted the coaching staff that Dooling could return "in a week or so."

Added Rivers, "Bottom line is he thought he had a chance before the All-Star Game [on Feb. 26] to be back."

For more on the Celtics, visit...

02/07/2012 - 5:18pm
DeOssie on Big Show: 'I love New England'
By: DJ Bean

Steve DeOssie joined The Big Show Tuesday to discuss the hot water he got himself into with Patriots fans over a video that emerged from a party for Giants fans.

DeOssie, who played for both the Giants and the Patriots, is the father of Giants long snapper Zak DeOssie. While at a party for Giants' fans prior to the Super Bowl, DeOssie said that his home was with the Giants and that he had difficulty working in New England as a Patriots analyst. 

"I basically said a lot of things that I believe, like the Giants were going to win the game," DeOssie said. "That has nothing to do with my son, and if people up here take it as some way of me disliking the Patriots, it's wrong. My heart, when it comes to football, is with the team that gave me an opportunity, that I won a championship with. The ownership helped me with a very difficult position that I was in in my life. Without any recriminations, I love the Giants organization. It...

02/07/2012 - 3:00pm
UPDATE: Bruins send Hamill to Providence
By: DJ Bean

[UPDATE: 2:00 p.m.] WILMINGTON -- The Bruins assigned forward Zach Hamill to Providence Tuesday, hours after he cleared waivers. The B's had placed Hamill, their 2007 first-round pick, on waivers Monday.

In 16 NHL games this season, Hamill has no goals and two assists. The eighth overall pick in 2007, Hamill has yet to score an NHL goal in his career. 

With Hamill not on the NHL roster, Jordan Caron will continue to be the team's extra forward, though Caron will remain in the lineup with Nathan Horton still dealing with a concussion. 

For more on the Bruins, visit weei.com/bruins


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