For Celtics, good things start with D
BOSTON -- To say Sunday's defensive lockdown of the Milwaukee Bucks was exactly what the Boston Celtics needed would be an understatement.
Boston had lost back-to-back games, watched the Chicago Bulls pull even atop the Eastern Conference standings, was limping along with a 10-man roster (with five of those faces new arrivals), and was openly expressing frustration about struggles at both ends of the court.
Aided by the return of top reserve Glen Davis, the Celtics essentially ...
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