Found November 10, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Doc Rivers loaded up a to-go box with food, grasped his rolling suitcase and strolled out of the visiting locker room. Earlier, the seventh game of this new journey with the Clippers had ended with Rivers' new team poking its head above .500. As the Clippers were pulling away from the Rockets in the second half on Saturday night, Rivers' old team was pulling off some magic of its own. Jeff Green had caught a crosscourt pass in the corner and drilled a winning 3-pointer as Brad Stevens' Celtics beat the Heat by one point in Miami -- with a crafty inbounds play that looked an awful lot like the ones Rivers used to draw up there. "I saw that; that was great," Rivers said on his way out of the Toyota Center, a 107-94 victory over the Rockets behind him and a long journey ahead. "Brad's going to be good." So will Rivers. So, too, will the Clippers. "At the end of the year," Rivers said, "I hope we're going to be a hell of a baske...
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