Nate has found his niche

The Celtics have relied on backup guard's high-energy game, and he's delivered

Updated: December 20, 2010, 8:25 PM ET
By Chris Forsberg | ESPNBoston.com

When Nate Robinson is given film cuts from the Boston Celtics' win Sunday over the Indiana Pacers, coaches should provide a single eight-second clip playing on an endless loop: A fourth-quarter hustle play that not only produced a key late-game basket but embodied everything the Celtics want out of Robinson.

With Boston clinging to a six-point lead with less than five minutes to play, an offensive series broke down and -- with all five Celtics essentially standing around -- Kevin Garnett ...

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