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Big men play a pivotal role after Jefferson injures ankle

By Paul Harber
Globe Staff / January 27, 2005

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When Al Jefferson went down with a high right ankle sprain with 3:11 remaining in the first quarter and the Celtics leading the Pacers by 1 point (19-18) at the FleetCenter, it meant that Boston's big men had to step up. (Full article: 661 words)

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