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The Boston Celtics finally snapped their 18-game losing streak, and in style, beating the crap out of the Milwaukee Bucks 97-77. It was their first victory since January 5, and assures them that they won't snap Cleveland's record 24-game losing streak-- or at least, not on this occasion.

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I suspect that by the All-Star Game, they'll have kissed and made up. (But that would be fun to watch. The fighting, I mean. Not the kissing.)
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