Found September 19, 2012 on CLNS Radio:
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HAVERHILL, Ma. – Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers’ son Austin, who was drafted by the New Orleans Hornets back in the June NBA Draft thinks that dad’s team will be just fine without one of it’s cornerstones of the past 5 years in Ray Allen. The junior Rivers was a guest on ESPN’s show First [...]
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