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Free Agent Summit

Sheed's Back Remains Balky

By Chris Forsberg
ESPNBoston.com

• Rasheed Wallace continues to be bothered by a balky back, which remained so stiff he couldn't sit to watch film Thursday.

• "Rasheed had been doing better, but he's not moving well at all today," said Rivers. "He felt a little better, but we watched film before getting on the plane as a group and he couldn't sit down. He stretched the whole time. He's feeling better, but he'll be a game-time decision."

• Rivers also said that Rajon Rondo, who experienced muscle spasms in Game 4, is feeling fine and does not expect to be further limited. Boston's coach sounded less enthusiastic about Tony Allen and his injured ankle, noting that it's really affecting his play and that the team might have to consider going in another direction for Game 6. Boston is already thin on guards, and the options at the position would be more minutes for Nate Robinson and Michael Finely, or activating former NBDL standout Oliver Lafayette.

Read the rest from Forsberg at ESPNBoston.com

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