Celtics Talk

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When the Celtics jumped out early, and had an 18-point lead in the third quarter, it seemed as though it was just a matter of time before the game was theirs. But Philadelphia had another idea, and the C's let them run with it.
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The Celtics still may very well win this series, but they didn't do themselves any favors
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A collection of the best and worst moments and happenings from Game 4 of the Celtics' 92-83 loss to the Sixers. Yeah, there was a lot of "Worst".
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Prior to the start of Celtics-Sixers Game 4, A. Sherrod Blakely broke down the keys to watch out for. Now that it's over, he's back with how they all played out.
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The Celtics blow a 14-0 lead, and a 15-point halftime lead, and fall to the Sixers in Philadelphia, 92-83. The C's had chances to put Philly away, but never capitalized.
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Sixers coach Doug Collins could have justifiably benched Elton Brand for youngster Lavoy Allen for Game 4, but the coach is choosing loyalty over everything else.
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Ray Allen usually fills up the stat sheets, being that he's been one of the team's go-to guys since he's been here. This postseason though, you won't see his effect on the stat sheets.

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