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Paul Pierce decides it's time to dish after being trapped in the paint by Charlotte center Emeka Okafor (right). Paul Pierce decides it's time to dish after being trapped in the paint by Charlotte center Emeka Okafor (right). (CHUCK BURTON/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Shira Springer
Globe Staff / December 17, 2006

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Given the state of affairs in the Eastern Conference, the Celtics aren't ready to brag about their recent accomplishments. But for the record, Boston has become the hottest team in the East, not so quietly climbing the standings with a combination of resiliency, youthful energy, and veteran leadership. (Full article: 636 words)

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