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Would it be the worst thing in the world if Gordon Hayward became the Celtics’ new sixth man of the year? Forget about how much money he makes, the sole All-Star selection and the fact that he dropped 30 points Saturday night against the Timberwolves, because aside from Hayward’s season-best performance, underneath the game’s headline read the following: the revamped lineup delivered once again. And that lineup isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. (For a complete recap of the Celtics’ 118-109 win, click here) Marcus Smart and Marcus Morris continue to thrive alongside the starters. They combined for 26 points on 7-of-14 attempts, including 6-of-11 from deep to go with their 6 steals. Meanwhile, Hayward not only went off for a season-high 30 points but he also flirted with a triple-double (9 rebounds, 8 assists).  However, the majority of his production came when he was facing Minnesota’s reserves. The Timberwolves couldn’t contain Hayward and he took advantage by making plays for his teammates, driving t
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