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Box Score after the jump.

StartersPosMinFG3PtFT+/-OffRebAstTOStlBSBAPFPts
R. Rondo(notes)G43:244-130-12-2-613146311410
R. Allen(notes)G39:079-172-25-5-20233201125
K. Perkins(notes)C35:254-60-00-2-2270103138
P. Pierce(notes)F35:276-141-59-10+20631101422
K. Garnett(notes)F30:314-110-01-2+42143131219
BenchMinFG3PtFT+/-OffRebAstTOStlBSBAPFPts
Totals31-765-1422-27537251412572389
Percentages.408.357.815Team Rebounds: 5
G. Davis(notes)22:591-50-05-6-12030100047
V. Wafer(notes)15:001-51-20-0-3012020133
N. Robinson(notes)11:021-40-30-0-6010000012
L. Harangody(notes)7:051-11-10-00000110023

JR 2/07/2011 11:47:00 PM Edit
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3 Responses so far.

  1. ronit07 says:

    wow a new coach for charlottle bobcats and they are starting to win,what a sad lost.I expected them to get this a easy win well the good side is ray allen needs 3 more 3's to pass reggie miller!LETS GO CELTICS!GO GREEN OR GO HOME :)

  2. destroyer of squirels says:

    I think ray planed to break the all time three point record playing against the lakers.Anybody agree.Think about what it, the head lines will say ray allen broke the all time three point record against none other than the black mamba himself.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The celtics weren't really trying against the bobcats....they are going up against the Lakers thursday and Heat Sunday..so why waste their energy on the bobcats? IT was also a pretty close game, so yeah. Just a regular season game

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