Something had to give...the Boston Celtics had lost three close games in a row and the Philadelphia 76ers were 0-10. After a sloppy first quarter, it was the Celtics who got it going best and beat Philly 101-90.

The C's got 22 points from Jared Sullinger, a double-double from Jeff Green and 13 assists from Rajon Rondo. Perhaps the biggest contribution came from Brandon Bass off the bench with 23 points.

For the hapless 76ers, Tony Wroten scored 21 points.

Philly is coached by Brett Brown, a member of Maine's Basketball Hall of Fame and son of longtime Maine high school coach Bob Brown. It doesn't get any easier for his winless team as the 76ers have teams like Dallas, San Antonio and Portland ahead of their schedule.

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