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Twitter / @GwashNBAGlobe: No KG or Pierce tonight vs ... via kwout With Ray Allen, Rajon Rondo and Mickael Pietrus already not traveling to Atlanta, Doc Rivers has also decided to hold out Paul Pierce AND Kevin Garnett so they can get some rest.  So.... this will be a hoot, won't it?  Here's my guess at the starting line up PG: Avery BradleySG: Keyon DoolingSF: Sasha PavlovicPF: Brandon BassC:  Greg Stiemsma Bench: Marquis Daniels, E'Twaun Moore, Ryan Hollins, JaJuan Johnson, Sean Williams Health is the Celtics #1 priority.  Now KG and Pierce have five days off before facing Miami.  I'm betting everyone rests against Milwaukee too, giving the guys another week off before the playoffs start.  
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