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There'll come a point when Rajon Rondo and the Celtics may decide to part ways. But -- for many reasons -- we're not there yet. .
2yWhen Dwyane Wade lined up a wide open three-pointer as time was about to expire, he failed to get past the last defender: Red Auerbach. The Celtics escaped on Wade's missed three-pointer.
2yRay Allen has been plagued by bone spurs in his right ankle for the entire postseason, but the guard is starting to feel better about it -- and it's showing on the court.
2yThe Celtics don't want to make a habit out of trying to win without Paul Pierce on the court, but in Game 4, they found a way to overcome it.
2yPrior to the start of Celtics-Heat Game 4, A. Sherrod Blakely came through with the keys to the game. Now, he's back with how they all played out.
2yNothing the Celtics have this season has come easy, and that certainly rang true in Sunday night's Game 4 victory over Miami. But through it all, they find a way.
2yMickael Pietrus has been known to hit some big shots in his career. The shots may not be falling right now, but he's still helping them by rebounding and defense.
2yOnce again, 48 minutes wasn't enough to determine the winner of a Celtics-Heat playoff game, but unlike in Game 2, it was the Celtics coming out on top, beating the Heat, 93-91, and evening up the series at two games.