Danny Ainge's first moves running the Celtics in 2003 were wildly unpopular. But now he has begun reaping the benefits of Boston's long-term strategy, Royce Webb writes

Updated: November 14, 2007, 7:12 PM ET
By Royce Webb | ESPN.com

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Paul Pierce, who had 31 points Tuesday against Indy in a 101-86 win that moved Boston to 6-0, was the one inherited asset that Danny Ainge wisely kept and built around. The C's host the Nets on Wednesday.


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