Standing Room Only

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Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce both achieved milestones records last night against Toronto. But how long will those records stand?
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Phase 1 and Phase 2 are officially in the past. We are now onto Phase 3 of the Celtics season, Operation: Save the Hall of Famers.
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A recent report claims that, despite closing in on a new deal, Wes Welker still has mild disdain for the Pats. Oh well.
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Avery Bradley tries as hard as he can every single game, which raises the question: Why doesn't everyone do that?
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Why would Robert Kraft back Tom Brady into a corner by discussing his extension? Well, because he's the owner. That's why.
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Rookies JB Jr. and the X-Man are bringing excitement to an otherwise non-descript Sox spring.
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There's special, and then there's Madison Square Garden legend. Steph Curry was closer to the latter last night, and now he's coming to Boston.
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Tom Brady and Paul Pierce have owned Boston for more than a decade. Their stories couldn't be more eerily similar or more unbelievably different.
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The good news: It's only to Chestnut Hill. The bad? There might not be room for a moat.
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The Celtics started the second half in disappointing fashion. But now it's on to the Lakers . . . and possibly the end of an era.

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Rich Levine is an editor and writer for CSNNE.com. Rich has also covered sports for The Improper Bostonian, the Burlington Free Press and MetroWest Daily News. His work has also appeared on ESPN.com. Levine is a native of Sharon, MA and a 2002 graduate of Colgate University.