When the W stands for weird

With Bradley on fire and other odd occurrences, Celtics take win and move on

Updated: March 26, 2012, 2:57 PM ET
By Peter May | ESPNBoston.com

BOSTON -- On the opening tip of the Celtics' game against the Wizards on Sunday, their first home contest in 16 days, Kevin Garnett sent the ball back to Rajon Rondo. But Rondo wasn't quite ready for the ball; he was too busy tightening his shorts. (Why these guys don't do that before they go onto the court is a mystery to me.)

So the ever-resourceful Rondo lowered his noggin and headed the ball. It bounced a couple of times, he managed to free his hands, and then went out and played ...

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