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Topic - Vander Blue
Jeff Green put the Celtics on his shoulders and scored a season-high 39 points, while the Wizards wilted with a display of selfish basketball. Boston blew a 19-point first-half lead, but Gerald Wallace made a driving layup with 2.5 seconds remaining in overtime Wednesday night for the 113-111 victory that snapped a 10-game road losing streak.
The Boston Celtics were tired from playing the night before and so undermanned that they resorted to a 10-day-contract backcourt for part of the game.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Picked in the preseason coaches' poll to win the revamped Big East, Marquette heads into its conference home opener searching for consistency following a one-sided loss to Creighton.
Six Marquette University basketball players were involved in an altercation at a Milwaukee nightclub where they were ticketed for being underage, according to a police report.
Marquette took a chance on Buzz Williams back in 2008, hiring a relative unknown whose name elicited head scratches and shoulder shrugs from fans and alumni in the wake of Tom Crean's disappointing departure for Indiana.
Marquette reached the regional finals of the NCAA tournament last season, but has struggled offensively following the graduation of point guard Junior Cadougan, who directed 75 victories over the last three seasons, and Vander Blue, who declared early for the NBA draft.