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The Boston Celtics went into the All-Star break on a much-needed four-game winning streak, with three of those wins coming in the closing minutes of the games. It was a crucial boost to a team that had been struggling for the entire first half of the season. Tonight, the Celtics get to measure just how far they have come when they take on the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center.
The Nets, winners of 10 of 11 and scoring 121 points per game, are led by three of the league’s most explosive offensive players – All-Star forward Kevin Durant (29 points per game, who has been out since February 13 due to a hamstring strain), and… (CLICK THE BANNER BELOW TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE)
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