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Ugly, ugly, ugly.
Another day, another sad ugly loss and now the Celtics are below .500 and it is almost January.
Stephen Curry and David Lee combined for 44 points as the Golden State Warriors thoroughly defeated the Boston Celtics, 101-83, late Saturday evening inside Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. The loss was the Celtics' second in a row and sixth in their last eight contests. In the last two games, Boston has been outscored, 207-160 (47 point difference).
Pierce looked horrible yet somehow had a team high 13 points. (Correction - Lee actually had 18 to lead the team)
Jared Sullinger might have been the lone bright spot, having a decent game with 12 points and 8 rebounds.
|Final - 12.29.2012||1||2||3||4||Total|
|Golden State Warriors||29||28||19||25||101|
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