Rivers shakes up Celtics lineup

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Rivers shakes up Celtics lineup

BOSTON The Boston Celtics' search for the right lineup continues with Doc Rivers once again shaking up his lineup.
Tonight's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers will feature Jason Collins getting his first start of the season, and the re-insertion of Jason Terry into the starting lineup.
This will be the Celtics' sixth different lineup this season.
They join the Celtics' Big Three of Rajon Rondo, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett.
Garnett's rebounding numbers have been down lately at center, so inserting Collins into the starting lineup will return him to his natural power forward position.
And having Terry back in the starting lineup will likely result in more shots than the two he took in Tuesday's loss at Chicago.
What hasn't been talked about is the lineup that the C's trotted out in the last three games -- Rondo, Courtney Lee, Pierce, Brandon Bass and Garnett -- was 0-5 this season which was the only C's lineup to go winless after having played more than one game together.

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