Found December 06, 2011 on NESN.com:
The NBA released its full schedule on Tuesday night, and as expected, it's pretty jam-packed with games and travel. That's what happens when you have to fit 66 games into just more than four months of the calendar. The Celtics, like every other team will be quite busy. The C's already knew that they'd open the season on Dec. 25 in New York with a Christmas Day showdown with the New York Knicks, but they now know the rest of the gauntlet. A couple of highlights include a pair of games with the rival Los Angeles Lakers with the first...
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