Celtics Talk

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Josh Smith acknowledges the left knee sprain that kept him out of Game 3 is still bothersome. That pain, he says, won't prevent him from playing in Game 4 on Sunday.
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Mickael Pietrus holds Joe Johnson to 11-for-28 shooting, thanks to intense preparation before the game.
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No one knew what to expect from Ray Allen after such a long absence, but the energy he brought to the Garden lifted the Celtics.
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Before Game Three, A. Sherrod Blakely told you what to watch for. Now he looks back at his predictions with the benefit of hindsight.
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There was nothing textbook about the way the Celtics and Hawks performed in Game Three. In fact, it was about the ugliest game a fan could imagine. But it's still a win.
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When opponents key in on Joe Johnson and Josh Smith, somebody has to step up and make plays. Jeff Teague has done just that for the Hawks.
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Rajon Rondo gets off to a rough start but records his seventh career playoff triple-double to lead the Celtics to an overtime victory.

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