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It's a hunger game for Lakers as they beat archrival Celtics in OT
It's a hunger game for Lakers as they beat archrival Celtics in OT

The latest change Lakers Coach Byron Scott made to his starting lineup and rotation was all about making sure his team stays "hungry" for the final 27 regular-season games. Scott started forward Carlos Boozer against the Boston Celtics on Sunday night, coincidentally for the first time since Dec. 5 at Boston. Boozer didn't even play in the Lakers' previous game, Friday against Brooklyn. The Lakers played with the hunger Scott wanted, wavering at times in the fourth quarter when they coughed up a 10-point lead, but staying the course to pull out a 118-111 overtime victory over the Celtics at Staples Center. "We just hung in there," Scott said. "It...

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