Found May 04, 2012 on NESN.com:
WALTHAM, Mass. -- E'Twaun Moore had about as much impact in the first two games of the playoffs as Celtics fans will have Friday night at the TD Garden. Just like the Boston faithful will in Game 3, Moore observed and supported the guys in green, but did not step foot on the court in Games 1 and 2. That may be Moore's only role in the series, but Celtics coach Doc Rivers predicted in the final week of the season that the rookie combo guard would contribute to a playoff win somewhere down the line. If the bone spurs...
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