Found November 11, 2012 on NESN.com:
They were not quite tagging each other in and out on the sideline like professional wrestlers, but the Celtics shared the load on Saturday in a way they had not in the first two weeks of the season. With Paul Pierce leading the way, Kevin Garnett, Jason Terry, Jeff Green and Brandon Bass all assumed a bit of the scoring load down the stretch as the Celtics’ defense got a handful of their old standby stops. The Celtics may be a long way from generating the full 48 minutes of quality basketball that coach Doc Rivers has begged for, but their 96-92 victory over the Bucks eliminated any excuse that they cannot win games despite their inconsistency. As was suspected prior to the season, the Celtics’ depth should be enough to carry them to a few ugly wins while they iron out the chemistry issues that doomed them to three losses in their first five games. “We’ve just got to continue to believe,” Rajon Rondo said Friday after a dispiriting loss to the Sixers. “We won’t have as many practice...
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