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Philly vs. Boston Talk With Celtics Blog

Dishing on Sixers/Celtics with Jeff Clark.

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The Sixers and Celtics square in Boston tonight for the first time since Rajon Rondo hit a bunch of threes in my face and sent Philly packing. Spencer Hawes had never been worse. Brandon Bass had never been better. My limbs had never been less attached. The Philadelphia DerrickRose'sTornACL's fought valiantly but ultimately scrappy wasn't scrappy enough and Boston went on to face the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals.

Now, the Sixers have Andrew Bynum and Jason Richardson not much has changed. Jeff and I go into the opposing frontcourts and potential one-on-one matchups that would make us squeal with delight. It's amazing that I barely think of Paul Pierce when I think of the Celtics. I think he's like 8th on the list. Brandon Bass is first. Then Kevin Garnett, Rondo, Ray Allen, then I remember Ray Allen isn't on the team, Darko, Avery Bradley, Jeff Green, and THEN Paul Pierce. But Pierce happens at the same time as Antoine Walker. More specifically 'Toine's shimmy. That damn shimmy.

Anyway here's emails which you can click to enlarge.

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And now you know.