Found March 20, 2013 on Red's Army:
We’ve got ourselves a new candidate for worst loss of the season, folks. After a pretty comfortable first and sloppy, but still positive second, the Celtics came out in the third quarter and absolutely sucked.  They got down as much as 9 in the 4th before coming back to take a 5 point lead with 1:32 left.  But they never scored again, New Orleans went on a 6-0 run over the last minute-and-a-half, and they stole an 87-86 win to sweep the season series against the Celtics. The Green Jeff Green’s first quarter:  He was basically an extension of the Heat game.  11 points on a perfect 4 of 4 shooting and a couple of free throws.  He dunked, he swooped in for lay ups, he nailed a 3.  I thought for a second he was going to have another 40 point night. Avery Bradley’s D:  The kid had 5 steals on the night and they were mostly the legit, I’m picking your pocket kind of steals.  He’s a menace out there. Kevin Garnett’s second quarter: 4-5 shooting, 2-2 free throws, 10 points and 4 rebounds Th...
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