Found June 10, 2012 on Celtics Life:
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The Big Three There is never a time in a sports fan’s life that so much emotion, confusion and wondering occur than when your team’s dynasty is moving on in a different direction.  Last night, many believe, was the last time Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen played a game together on the Celtics.  Most Celtic fans are in a panic, some were ready for the downfall and few are optimistic about the future.  Let’s say goodbye (potentially) to one of the best basketball teams this decade. They will be ranked behind the Lakers (two teams) and the Spurs.  The one item with this team was health, which cost them a second title.  A lot believe the Kendrick Perkins trade prevented multiple rings.  In 2009, Garnett went down after a historical start after winning the title.  The Celtics still managed to get to the Eastern Conference Finals.  In 2010, they make it to the NBA Finals, only to lose their center (Kendrick Perkins) to a knee injury.  They lost the last two games ...
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