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Kevin Garnett swats the ball away as the Celtics' Paul Pierce lands on forward Craig Smith in the fourth quarter. Kevin Garnett swats the ball away as the Celtics' Paul Pierce lands on forward Craig Smith in the fourth quarter. (ANN HEISENFELT/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Shira Springer
Globe Staff / February 12, 2007

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MINNEAPOLIS -- Little more than a year ago, the Celtics and Timberwolves met for the first time since swapping seven players and three draft choices Jan. 27, 2006. Their first post-trade meeting was memorable largely because former Boston center Mark Blount celebrated Minnesota's 110-85 win by skipping up and down the floor during the second half. The margin of victory ... (Full article: 998 words)

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