Originally posted on Celtics Life  |  Last updated 2/11/13
The Boston Celtics and Charlotte Bobcats battled it out at the Time Warner Cable Center in a back and forth battle all night. Bobcats snapped their 7 game losing streak in the win tonight, which also happened to snap the Celtics win streak. The second game of a back to back is killer, never mind when it’s a triple overtime game. This was your classic old, tired basketball team playing down to the level of a bad, young team. As we expected the game plan to be, Pierce and Garnett got a lot of rest tonight coming off big minutes last night. The offense continued to be more fluid without Rondo, as the ball flowed free to the open man. The Celtics lack of size inside was on display as the Bobcats pretty much got to the rim at will. But the wily veterans hung in the game, relying on the bench till the end when it came down to the final few possessions. The Celtics had a few chances to tie/take the lead down the stretch but missed some wide open looks. The Bobcats should change their nam...
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