Celtics 112, Heat 107: Ray Allen, C's Edge Heat In South Beach

Ray Allen connected on 7-of-9 three-pointers and finished with a season-high 35 points, as the Boston Celtics again got the better of the Miami Heat, 112-107, at American Airlines Arena. Read more at CelticsBlog and Peninsula Is Mightier.

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VIDEO: Rajon Rondo Dunks, Chris Bosh Politely Watches

It's been a rough week for Chris Bosh. After Thursday night's loss to the Celtics, the Heat have now dropped three of their last four games, and more and more, Bosh is becoming exposed as the very weak link of the Big Three in Miami to the point that some very early trade rumors have begun to surface. Then he made some comment about how he's happy to be in Miami because he's finally able to watch League Pass, claiming Toronto did not have "the good cable."

And then, in the first quarter of the game with Boston Thursday night, this happened. 


Paul Pierce: 'It's Been A Pleasure To Bring My Talents To South Beach'

Paul Pierce's 25 points helped lead the Celtics to an 112-107 win over the Heat. It's the second time this season that Boston has beat LeBron James and company, but this was the first meeting -- and first win -- in Miami. Afterward, Pierce had a tweet specially saved for LeBron, Dwyane Wade and the rest of the Heat: 

It's been a pleasure to bring my talents to south beach now on to Memphisless than a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone


And then, just for good measure, he wore these glasses (via 30fps):



Celtics At Heat: Doc Rivers Says 'Good Chance' Shaq Will Play

Shaquille O'Neal, who hasn't played since Oct. 29 with a bruised knee, is apparently finally ready to return, and just in time, too, as the Celtics play at Miami Thursday night. 

Shaq practiced on Wednesday and then told ESPN that he is planning on playing against the Heat. Celtics head coach Doc Rivers expects the same

Doc: "Shaq participated in shootaround, Jermaine participated a little bit. Both will be gametime decisions. Good chance that Shaq will go"

Jermaine O'Neal is still not fully recovered from his sore knee that has limited his play recently, including just 11 minutes against the Mavericks Monday night. 

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