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Plan is to share scoring burden

Injuries present new opportunities

Doc Rivers didn't like what he saw in the loss to the 76ers. Doc Rivers didn't like what he saw in the loss to the 76ers. (BARRY CHIN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Shira Springer
Globe Staff / December 23, 2006

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In the Celtics' first game without leading scorers Paul Pierce (stress reaction left foot) and Wally Szczerbiak (sprained right ankle), everyone wondered who would step up on offense and replace the 44.7 points per game the two veterans average. Everyone, that is, except the Celtics and coach Doc Rivers . The remaining healthy players saw the absence of Pierce and ... (Full article: 1115 words)

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