Uneven Celtics Seeing Signs for Optimism

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Uneven Celtics Seeing Signs for Optimism
Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

WALTHAM, Mass. -- Wrapping up a rare dose of media responsibilities after running Boston's thin-on-numbers practice session on Monday, Celtics assistant coach Armond Hill talked about how the team weathered a two-game stretch without Rajon Rondo and the positives gleaned from that experience. Hill closed by noting, "Things are looking good."

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