Boston Celtics

As camp approaches, we examine the chances of Marcus Thornton, Brandon Bass and Gerald Wallace to make the roster.
With a year at the NBA level under his belt, Brad Stevens will lead a team of players who have a lot of faith in him.
Jeff Green's summer of preparation doesn't involve focusing on one or two particular skills, but instead working on his game as a whole.

Team talk

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    Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith had to leave Game 2 after suffering a knee injury during the fourth quarter, and his status is unknown for Game 3.
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    The Hawks had no answers for Paul Pierce on Tuesday night, as the C's captain started and ended the game in the same way . . . on fire.
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    Prior to the game, A. Sherrod Blakely broke down what to know about the C's-Hawks Game 2. Now he's back with how it went down after the C's win.
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    The Boston Celtics weren't perfect. They made mistakes, turned the ball over and for stretches, couldn't make shots. Paul Pierce took the C's on his shoulders to tie the series heading back to Boston.
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    NBA official Scott Foster is one of the officials formerly ties to Tim Donaghy, but yet he remains in the NBA despite some sketchy reports.
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    There were a couple of Celtics players getting their first taste of playoffs basketball, while the rest simply acted like it. Now that it's Game 2, the comfort level has to be there.
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    Doc Rivers tells the media that Ray Allen will be out for Game 2, his 10th straight game. Mickael Pietrus and Avery Bradley will make up the starting lineup.

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