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Why the Boston Celtics didn’t win it all in 2010

The Boston Celtics were the prohibitive favorites to win it all in 2010 as the so-called “new big three” of Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Ray Allen started to look more like a big four as star point guard Rajon Rondo came into his own as a floor general.

The ball club got off to a 20-4 start, tearing up opposing teams like a buzz saw as the team seemed to be of one mind when it came to hanging Banner 18. But fate had other ideas in mind in terms of the injury department, with the best laid plans of the proverb meeting the end that old adage suggests can be the case.

Former Boston forward Rasheed Wallace recently took some time on his Underdog NBA “That’s What Sheed Said” podcast to break down why the 2010 Celtics did not win it all.

Check it out above!

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Story originally appeared on Celtics Wire