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With the Celtics now winning, Paul Pierce has noted increased scrutiny of the team from fans, media, and even other squads. With the Celtics now winning, Paul Pierce has noted increased scrutiny of the team from fans, media, and even other squads. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Peter May
Globe Staff / November 21, 2007

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Amway Arena was packed, not all that unusual these days in Hooterville. Four of the five Orlando Magic home games have been sold out this season, but Celtics coach Doc Rivers, who lives outside Orlando and used to coach the Magic, was told that the one Sunday might be a bit different from the sellouts for the Bucks, Pistons, and ... (Full article: 878 words)

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