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  I often wonder what opposing teams, their beat reporters and bloggers are saying about the Celtics after playing the Celtics. Here's a dose of 'enemy chatter' from Atlanta. Kevin Garnett, when asked if Jeff Teague’s dunk on Ray Allen and subsequent taunting in the third quarter angered the Celtics. “I don’t even know who you are talking about. That guy’s a nobody.’’ No Hawk was assessed a technical foul for excessive celebration after Teague closed out the home loss with an air ball on a three-point attempt. Hoopinion Definitely enjoyed reading the Hawks blogs this morning. They bashed Jeff Teague and Josh Smith nearly as much as we did. On Page 2, no love for Celtics fans in Atlanta. And for whoever was at the game are there more annoying fans in the nba than them. I honestly wanted to ask all of them “have you ever been to Boston?” Peach Tree Hoops (commenter) We touched on this in the Morning Dump. The Celtics contingent was very strong l...
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