Boston Celtics: 10 Reasons This Won't Be the Final Playoff Run for the Big Three

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Boston Celtics: 10 Reasons This Won't Be the Final Playoff Run for the Big Three
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The speculations that Kevin Garnett and the Big Three will no longer be playing together after the 2012 NBA playoffs is simply a speculation—nothing more.

The Big Three have taken the Boston Celtics from a 15-17 start to a No. 4 seed in the conference and a chance to make a title run in 2012.

Considering their title potential this season, there is no question that Rivers and Ainge have to be contemplating bringing the Big Three back for one more year. In an Eastern Conference that will only improve, now is time for the Celtics to compete for NBA titles.

These are the 10 reasons why this will not be the team's final playoff run.

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