NBA Playoffs 2012: 4 Simple Steps to Fix the Boston Celtics' Offense

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NBA Playoffs 2012: 4 Simple Steps to Fix the Boston Celtics' Offense
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The Boston Celtics suffered a frustrating loss on Sunday to the Atlanta Hawks, mostly due their lack of offense. For a team whose offensive flow usually runs smoothly, something was definitely off in Game 1. 

Both the team's superstars and its bench need to step it up on the court. Their offense was stagnant on Sunday, and it was clear they were struggling to find their groove. The Celtics shot 30 percent total, with zero percent from beyond the arc.  

Rajon Rondo is suspended one game for making contact with a game official, after he chest-bumped referee Marc Davis. Still, without their point guard, the Celtics must fix their offense if they want to stay in this series. 

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