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On basketball

Up to challenge in a rare test

By Peter May
Globe Staff / November 17, 2007

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When Udonis Haslem knocked down a free throw with 33.5 seconds left in last night's Celtics-Miami game, it gave the Heat a 91-90 lead. Haslem then missed the next one and, 33.5 seconds later, after a Paul Pierce layup, the Celtics were walking off the TD Banknorth Garden parquet with yet another win. Eight for eight. (Full article: 808 words)

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