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Celtics beat 76ers with last-second shot

February 04, 2009|Associated Press

Ray Allen took a perfect pass from Paul Pierce and made a baseline three-point shot with 0.5 of a second left to give the Boston Celtics their 12th straight victory, 100-99 over the host Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday night.

Andre Iguodala had just made a fallaway jumper for a 99-97 lead for the Sixers -- who led the entire fourth quarter until the final basket.

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Jameer Nelson could miss the rest of the season for the Orlando Magic because of a torn labrum in his right shoulder. . . . New Orleans' Chris Paul has a groin strain and is day to day.

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