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Sounds of the game… Celtics 119, Kings 100

01.29.09 at 9:57 am ET
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If Eddie House was trying to make a case for being included in the three-point shooting contest, it’s hard to imagine making a better one than he has in his last four games.

He is 22-for-32 in his last four games beyond the arc, including an 8-for-9 exhibition Wednesday night at the hands of the helpless Sacramento Kings, leading the Celtics to a 119-100 victory, their ninth straight.

House was hitting them from all angles and all places. He lives in Scottsdale and is going to be in the Phoenix area anyway, and would be a natural for the annual event at All-Star Weekend.

As far as trying to petition the league on such matters, head coach Doc Rivers told Dennis and Callahan this morning that, “the league is like the gestapo about it. We’re not sure who we can lobby about it.”

Well, let us help. Yes, the Celtics bench was a huge part of the proceedings, scoring a season-best 61 points. Yes, Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo were red hot early, even though the Kings shot out to an early 23-13 lead in the first quarter.

But the story was the House on Fire.

Eddie House said he was just feeling it.

House said it would be great if he make the three-point contest at All-Star Weekend.

House said the big men running the court is making his life easier.

Kevin Garnett campaigned for House to make Phoenix.

Doc Rivers would love to see House make the three-party.

Glen Davis on the bench scoring 61 points in the win.

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