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Celtics win; Ray Allen loses

Celtics win!!!! But Ray Allen was 3-14 from the field for the night. Is that possible? He even missed 2 free throws! He was terrible from the floor all night. And, oh, did I mention he hit the shot of the game that won it for the Celtics? Paul Pierce fouled out, so they had to have someone step up in OT. Allen was 0-2 from the field in OT too. But Allen put up a 3 with 41 seconds remaining, and that was the dagger. Allen also had the pass with 17 seconds left that put them up by 4. Rudy Fernandez chucked up 2 threes and missed them both at the buzzer. Kevin Garnett also came back with fire and intensity, putting up 13 points. Pierce and Rondo combined for 43 points also. There were 45 3's put up in the game. Yes, 45! Finally, the Celtics get a win, as they look to win at home against the Clippers.

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