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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Kevin Millar
The Boston Celtics are looking across town for inspiration as they attempt to become the first NBA team to rally from an 0-3 deficit to win a playoff series.
BALTIMORE — It's an hour before game time, and Baltimore Orioles rookie Jeremy Guthrie is standing on the first-base line doling out autographs.
BALTIMORE — It didn't take long for Arizona to unearth the not-so-secret method for beating the Baltimore Orioles: Hang in there against the starting pitcher, then hammer away at the bullpen.
After losing the first three games of the series _ including a 19-8, Game 3 loss at Fenway Park _ Millar told anyone who would listen, "Don't let us win today."
Celtics guard Jason Terry invoked former Red Sox first baseman Kevin Millar and said, "If we win this next game, then anything's possible."