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The Celtics’ Paul Pierce seems unaware of the Pacers’ Danny Granger as he puts up a shot. Pierce finished with 22 points in the Celtics’ come back victory at Conseco Fieldhouse.
The Celtics’ Paul Pierce seems unaware of the Pacers’ Danny Granger as he puts up a shot. Pierce finished with 22 points in the Celtics’ come back victory at Conseco Fieldhouse. (AP Photo) AP Photo
By Shira Springer
Globe Staff / March 20, 2006

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INDIANAPOLIS -- Different late-game strategy. Different end result. Without Doc Rivers on the sideline yesterday and with assistant Tony Brown in his place, the Celtics finished strong in the final contest of their four-game road trip. Rivers missed the game because of the death of his father-in-law, and remained behind in Orlando. He is expected back tonight for the Celtics' ... (Full article: 798 words)

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