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Players may be hurting, but confidence isn't

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By Marc J. Spears
Globe Staff / April 14, 2009

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The injury-plagued Celtics won't repeat as champions because of Kevin Garnett's knee issues. There is no way the Celtics can beat LeBron James and the Cavaliers, especially in Cleveland. With a healthy Andrew Bynum, the Celtics can't knock off Kobe Bryant and the Lakers again. The Big Three are getting old. Boston can't rely on home-court advantage this time around. (Full article: 859 words)

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