Celtics Talk

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It shouldn't come as a surprise that veterans Chris Wilcox and Keyon Dooling don't have the best things to say about playing the Celtics over the years. Now, they get the experience from the other side.
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On this week's edition of Friday Free Throws, catch up with a handful of your favorite former Celtics and their whereabouts after the NBA lockout!
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Significant contributions from the bench -- especially new members -- are necessary to make a run at Banner 18. MORE: Pierce out Sunday? Green may miss time
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Marquis Daniels underwent invasive surgery to fix his spinal cord issues, but he feels good and is happy to be in Boston.
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Danny Ainge has been a busy man in the last few weeks. In a sit-down interview with Comcast SportsNet New England, he explains all the work he's done to prepare for the fast-approaching season.
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Keyon Dooling and Ray Allen got into a fight a few years back when Allen played for the Sonics. Now, the two are teammates. But Dooling says that the two worked it out long ago, and there will be no issues.
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Paul Pierce says that he's hoping to play longer than Ray Allen, who he believes has five good years left.

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