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him into at least two future picks. Pretty savvy on the Celtics president’s part. Meanwhile, the Heat received Toney Douglas from the Warriors and managed to unload Anthony’s burdensome contract on the Celtics. The 31-year-old center
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a lot more of the 6-foot-9 Jeffries because Chauncey Billups is battling of a strained tendon in his left leg and Toney Douglas was turned inside out in Game 2. Using Jeffries on Rondo should open the door for mismatches, but the Celtics lack a post
guarding the ball has to shift that way.” It was the tiniest of moves, just a look really, but it was enough to get Toney Douglas to flinch and that in turn helped open the passing lane. Rondo’s part in the play wasn’t done. Rivers had put three
guys just know how to win, and hope for something resembling a statement game on Tuesday night. Didn't happen. Toney Douglas (who might have played the worst defensive half by a point guard in the history of basketball on Tuesday
four points in 17 excruciating minutes. They beat a team that had Bill Walker , Jared Jeffries, Shawne Williams and Toney Douglas playing heavy fourth quarter minutes. “So listen, I’m extremely happy,” said Doc Rivers who looked anything but pleased
long 2’s as their primary source of offense. BEWARE TONEY DOUGLAS Chauncey Billups didn’t practice on Monday and Knicks’ coach ..... few games when another team’s star was missing. Toney Douglas is more than capable.” Douglas started nine games
players and a pair of draft picks, according to a source close to the situation. In the deal, the Rockets will receive Toney Douglas , Josh Harrelson , Jerome Jordan and second-round picks in 2014 and 2015. Camby, who played with the Knicks from
Kidd or Camby and use their $3.09 million mid-level exception to sign the other. The Knicks likely will send out Toney Douglas , Jerome Jordan , Dan Gadzuric , a future second-round draft pick and possibly cash to cover Douglas’ 2012-13
substractions: Chauncey Billups (amnesty); Shawne Williams (free agent); Ronny Turiaf (FA) 2011-12 starters: PG Toney Douglas ; SG Landry Fields; SF Melo Anthony; PF Amare Stoudemire; C Chandler 2011-12 wins over/under (sportsbook.com
get room to receive the ball with 21 seconds left and the Knicks holding a one-point lead. Then, when Knicks guard Toney Douglas tripped over Kevin Garnett ‘s leg on a screen while Ray Allen hit the game-winning shot, no foul was called. In
room to receive the ball with 21 seconds left and the Knicks holding a one-point lead. Then, when Knicks guard Toney Douglas tripped over Kevin Garnett's leg on a screen while Ray Allen hit the game-winning shot, no foul was called. In
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