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The Boston Celtics have taken Game One of their series against the Philadelphia 76ers in the Eastern Conference Semifinals, and it was in no small part because of Al Horford and Terry Rozier.

Of course, we should also give credit to Jayson Tatum, who has been noticeably aggressive since Game Seven of the series against the Milwaukee Bucks.

But Rozier's rise to starting point guard for the Celtics, while predicated by necessity, has been a welcome development for a stubborn team that has refused to give up on its aspirations because of injury all season long.

Watch the videos below to hear Horford and "Scary" Terry talk about the first game of the series - and in particular, Rozier's emergence as a force to be reckoned with.



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Video: MassLive
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Justin Quinn 5/01/2018 10:44:00 AM Edit
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