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Avery Bradley
Sixers fail to take advantage of winnable game, fall to Celtics

PHILADELPHIA After coughing up an 18-point lead in the fourth quarter on Saturday, the 76ers spent two days talking about how to finish games the right way. They didn't need to worry about that problem Monday night in a 105-87 loss to the Boston Celtics at the Wells Fargo Center. They were never in it after the first quarter, squandering a chance to take advantage of one of the rare winnable games on their schedule. The list of reasons why the Sixers (2-22) dropped their 13th straight game at home to begin the season is a long one, but it starts with their inability to stop Celtics forward Kelly Olynyk. He scored a career-high 30 points off the bench, topping his previous high of 28...