Feb 4, 2013, 12:06 AM EDT
With Rajon Rondo out, even more of the late-game shot creation responsibility for Boston is going to fall to Paul Pierce. He had a lot of it anyway, but the Rondo option gone so it is all Paul Pierce.
Pierce sinks the dagger into the Clippers comeback attempt in Boston with this step-back three here that sealed the Celtics 106-104 win.
The Celtics remain undefeated since Rondo went down.
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