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NEWPORT, R.I. — A couple weeks ago, several Celtics gathered to play pick-up basketball in Boston. It was pick-up, mind you, but it was a chance for some of the team’s (many) new and (few) old faces to feel each other out and build some chemistry.
According to Jeff Green, it worked out well, too.
“It was a good start,” he said.
Now, the Celtics will continue to work on their chemistry and, well, everything else, from installing a new system to seeing which players will succeed at which positions, during two days of training camp at Salve Regina University.
The first two practices were held during the first day of camp Tuesday.