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Rivers discouraged by passive play

Coach cites lack of fire as Pacers take command

By Michael Vega
Globe Staff / April 29, 2005

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For the second game in a row in this best-of-seven series against the Indiana Pacers, Boston coach Doc Rivers did not detect any fighting response from his Celtics, Antoine Walker's fourth-quarter shoving match with Jermaine O'Neal and subsequent ejection notwithstanding. And that, it seemed, was the most disturbing aspect of last night's 99-76 loss to the Pacers in ... (Full article: 677 words)

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