Added practice time paying off for Celtics

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Added practice time paying off for Celtics

Greg Dickerson caught up with Doc Rivers for the latest episode of Lahey Health Celtics Courtside Club to talk about what went right during the C's recent winning streak.

On Avery Bradley and the Celtics ability to pressure the ball, Doc said "It stretches what they (other teams) want to do. When Avery, Courtney Lee and Rondo pressuring the ball, the coach is drawing up a play and they want the play over here, but it ends over there."

Rivers also talked about how he made the decision on the recent West Coast trip that the team was going to practice everyday, and practice hard.

Check out more from this week's Lahey Health Celtics Courtside Club, and tune-in for a new show every Thursday on Comcast SportsNet.

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