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Boston Celtics Daily Dish: May 14, 2014

Hump day!

Yes, Boston Celtics fans – it’s that time of the week.  Whatever goes wrong today, just know: your work week will be more than halfway complete when you punch out later today.

Did that help at all?  No?  Then how about today’s links!

One team fought off elimination last night; another put a team on the brink of it.  Check out the scores, recaps, and video highlights from last night’s conference semifinal action to see who did what, to whom! [NBA.com]

Hero one day; goat the next.  Chris Paul learned this lesson the hard way last night, as the Morning Shootaround points out. [NBA.com]

The Daily Dime breaks down last night’s wild finish in Oklahoma City, oral history style!  [ESPN]

Hear are some of the better Tweets following last night’s OKC-Clippers game.  [Sports Illustrated]

i shared a link yesterday that argued that Washington Wizards point guard John Wall was a flawed superstar in the making.  Today, we’ll look at how he willed the Wizards to a win last night, despite his flaws.  [Sporting News]

According to Bleacher Report, Rajon Rondo shared that he would like to be involved in some of the decisions that will be made during the current offseason rebuild.   Too bad this “recent” interview is dated April 19 – old news, fellas.

Finally, having picked Jabari Parker in my mock draft the other day, I am immensely intrigued by this report that the Washington Wizards have always liked Jeff Green as a player.  [Masslive.com]  Perhaps the Boston Celtics really will need someone like Parker to assume the small forward spot!

Thanks!

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