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(AP) -- Facing the worst team in the Western Conference, the Boston Celtics fared well in their first game since trading star Rajon Rondo.
With perhaps their new additions available against a somewhat tougher opponent Sunday night, the Celtics look for a season-high fourth straight victory while trying to extend the Miami Heat's worst home skid in seven seasons.
A day after sending the four-time All-Star to Dallas for Jameer Nelson, Brandan Wright, Jae Crowder, two draft picks and a $12.9 million trade exception, Boston (10-14) continued its surge with a 114-98 win over Minnesota on Friday. Kelly Olynyk scored 21 points to lead six players in double figures for the Celtics, who have won six of nine and no longer must deal with the distraction of Rondo's status.MORE
|11/24/2014||Hassan Whiteside||Signed as Free Agent|
|10/23/2014||Larry Drew II||Waived|
|12/14/2014||Chris Bosh||Calf strain|
|12/14/2014||Josh McRoberts||Torn ligament, right knee|
|12/5/2014||Luol Deng||Bruised right hand|