Boston Celtics' Stock Watch: Players Rising and Falling Near Halfway Point

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Boston Celtics' Stock Watch: Players Rising and Falling Near Halfway Point
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The Boston Celtics have had quite the rollercoaster start to the 2012-13 NBA season. So it comes as no surprise that the team is currently floating around .500 at 14-16.

For fans of the team, watching the Celtics play must be equivalent to viewing the musical rendition of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

Boston has proven to be difficult to beat at home, while serving as a punching bag to their opponents on the road.

Then there’s the fact that the Celtics have been on the right end of some blowouts—five of their last six wins have been by 10 points or more—while being on the wrong end in others—they have lost three-straight by 18 points or more.

As a whole, Boston has only been consistent at one thing, and that’s being inconsistent.

The blame has to go squarely on the performance of the players. Their up-and-down form has put the team at risk of missing the players for the first time since 2007.

Using each player’s stats over the last couple of games, these are the Celtics who are helping the cause and the players who are hurting it.

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