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Following the Boston Celtics win over the Utah Jazz on Wednesday evening, Brandon Bass and Keyon Dooling both pointed to the Celtics “grind it out” mentality as the reason they’re able to win basketball games. Bass tells a story about a tattoo and Dooling discusses how he’s starting to turn it around after a rough [...]
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