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Miami under the gun

Team trying to stay positive

Celtics coach Doc Rivers gets a congratulatory pat on the head from Kevin Garnett. Celtics coach Doc Rivers gets a congratulatory pat on the head from Kevin Garnett. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Cristina Ledra
Globe Correspondent / April 24, 2010

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MIAMI — Plenty went wrong for the Heat last night, most notably Paul Pierce’s winning shot at the buzzer which resulted in the home team’s 100-98 loss. But instead of worrying about being down, 0-3, in the first-round series, Miami was trying to avoid looking back at what has happened and instead is putting all its focus on tomorrow’s Game ... (Full article: 572 words)

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