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No end in sight

Supposedly finished by a knee injury, Miles is eager for new life with Celtics

Forward Darius Miles hasn't played in two years - he was officially placed on the ''career-ending injury'' list by Portland - but he says he's back at ''90-95 percent.'' Forward Darius Miles hasn't played in two years - he was officially placed on the ''career-ending injury'' list by Portland - but he says he's back at ''90-95 percent.'' (file/Don ryan/Associated Press)
By Frank Dell'Apa
Globe Staff / September 14, 2008

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WALTHAM - The odds appear to be stacked against Darius Miles. If Miles can make a successful comeback with the Celtics this season, he will be the first player to perform in the NBA after officially being diagnosed with a career-ending injury. (Full article: 1285 words)

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