Found April 22, 2013 on CLNS Radio:
Boston Globe Knicks' Carmelo Anthony will never win it all - Dan Shaughnessy is not impressed by the New York superstar's game. Celtics go back to drawing board after loss to Knicks - Baxter Holmes sites their lack of teamwork down the stretch as the deciding factor in Game 1. Boston Herald Celtics hope to get Kevin Garnett more involved - Mark Murphy discusses Garnett's lack of offensive production in the series opener. WEEI Real test begins for Rondo-less Celtics - Mike Petraglia looks into how the 4th quarter of Saturday's contest exemplified what the C's are missing without their PG. ESPN Boston Ball movement lacking in opening loss - Greg Payne reports on why the offense stalled towards the end of the game. CSNNE Looking at Celtics adjustments on The Day After - A. Sherrod Blakely examines how Boston can fix what went wrong.  Mass Live Doc Rivers thinks Jordan Crawford deserved more minutes against New York Knicks in Game 1 - Jay King has the story. Celtics ...
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