Big Baby Comes Up Big for Celtics

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He may look like a football player and he may harbor a secret desire to be a movie star, talk-show host or a contestant on “Dancing With The Stars,’’ but he is a pure basketball player.

He is 6 feet 8 inches (maybe), and he often has a lot of trouble finishing underneath among the NBA redwoods, but he usually finds a way to make an impact on a basketball game, and last night he made one of his biggest. He was at his slashing, marauding, kamikaze best in the fourth quarter, leading the Celtics with his amazing range of skill and inspiring them with his emotion and desire, spearheading a bench brigade whose fourth-quarter effort gave the Celtics a...

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