Found April 09, 2012 on CLNS Radio:
PLAYERS: Ray Allen
TEAMS: Boston Celtics
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Nick and B-Paul made a promise to Celtics fans a few weeks back. They promised that they would broadcast every Monday night for the rest of the season. They’re continuing to keep that promise tonight, as they welcome CSNNE’s Jessica Camerato into the virtual studio. Jessica will be discussing her thoughts on Ray Allen coming [...]
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