Struggling Celtics reach for answers

Kevin Garnett: We're going to grind through this

Updated: November 21, 2009, 12:30 PM ET
By Chris Forsberg | ESPNBoston.com

BOSTON -- As his team chipped away at what was once a double-digit deficit, Celtics coach Doc Rivers turned to his staff and said the Celtics would win the game, but there would be nothing happy about it.

"And I was wrong," Rivers shrugged after the Magic hung on for a 83-78 triumph Friday night at the TD Garden.

To be fair, Rivers was right in one respect: The Celtics truly had nothing to be happy about. From a pathetic first quarter in which the visiting Magic built a 16-point ...

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