Originally posted on Celtics Life  |  Last updated 11/11/12
In the aftermath of a stinging loss to a scrappy Philadelphia 76ers team (that was know for its offensive ineptitude), Boston beat the Bucks.  It may not seem like much of a victory, but the team took the first step toward taking on that 'hyena-like' mindset needed to win close games. It had become necessary for someone else other than Paul, KG or Rondo to embrace that  pack attitude and run with it.  That player was and will always be Jeff Green. The 36 million dollar man who up until last night had given the C's zero ROI (return on investment). Uncle Jeff's frustration had finally turned into results on the court. Jeff has had a rocky-road to recovering his confidence since coming to the NBA; he has always had to tailor his game around other superstars. He is part of the same draft-class as Kevin Durant and was drafted by the same team.  Right away he was relegated to third -chair because of the additions of Russell Westbrook and Houston Rocket's guard, James Harden. Green comes
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