Found March 23, 2013 on Celtics Green ...a boston celtics blog.:
Tonight's 110-106 loss to the Grizzlies was filled with ups and downs. The Celtics got off to nice start, but slipped in the second and third quarters. Their fourth quarter contained a rally that didn't start until about the 6:00 mark. Had it started earlier, they definitely would've won. But it didn't. What's done is done. Tonight's USOTN easily goes to the performance of Jordan Crawford. Wow, this guy had himself a hell of a game. From beginning to end, this guy played great. His 21 points was second on the team to Paul Pierce, who had 26. Now this is the guy that they should've gotten from Washington. Like I said earlier, this was a good loss. I am almost happy with them right now. Sometimes things just don't go our way. Tonight was definitely one of those times. Good night.
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