Celtics Talk

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The Celtics had a chance to win in regulation, but poor communication and execution on the final play leads to a bad shot . . . and an overtime period dominated by Miami.
3y
Rajon Rondo is healthy enough to play, but LeBron James and Dwyane Wade prove to be too much as the Heat prevail in Game 4.
3y
While there's still some soreness from his dislocated elbow injury in Game 3, Rajon Rondo will be in the starting lineup tonight for Boston.
3y
Rajon Rondo's heroic return to the court had nothing to do with the Celtics winning Game 3, but may have everything to do with winning the series.
3y
Also, Kevin Garnett plays more than usual in Game 3; Doc Rivers doesn't believe Dwyane Wade hurt Rajon Rondo intentionally.
3y
Cedric Maxwell says injuries have turned Shaquille O'Neal into a shell of his former self, to the point that 'if he were a horse, he'd be glue.'
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Dr. M checks in to explain the nuts and bolts of what happened to Rajon Rondo's arm Saturday night and how it might affect him going forward.

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