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Celtics served well by the brashness of their young

Celtics served well by the brashness of their young

Subtitle: Against all odds, Celtics play with ‘house money’Semi Ojeleye wasn’t so much told, as he was asked, to cover LeBron James on Sunday.In this case maybe less familiarity with the monstrosity of the task is better, and best filled by a younger player, or in the case of Ojeleye, a rookie.That, in a nutshell, is what characterizes these younger Celtics, on a roster with an average age of 26, not including two-way contract players Jabari Bird and Kadeem Allen.“It’s been spectacular playing with this group, and you can actually feel the energy, the youth, the excitement,”...

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