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(NECN: Waltham, Mass.) - The Boston Celtics kept it light at practice on Saturday, holding team slam dunk and three-point contests. Second-year players J.R. Giddens and Bill Walker duked it out in the dunk contest, with Giddens coming out on top with a between-the-legs dunk that brought down the house. Eddie House beat Paul Pierce and Ray Allen in the three-point and free-throw contest, respectively. <strong>'Sheed return around the corner</strong> Positive news to come out of practice is <A HREF="http://www.csnne.com/pages/landing_celtics?Rasheed-Wallace-expected-to-return-Monda=1&blockID=123743&feedID=3945" target="_blank"><b>the expected return of Rasheed Wallace</b></a> to Boston's lineup on Monday against the Dallas Mavericks. Wallace missed the last three games with a foot injury. Celtics coach Doc Rivers reflected on his team following Saturday's practice session. "I love our team, I really do," Rivers said. "I think we've been up and down a little bit -- some due to injuries, some due to us. But I like who I think we can become once we get in the hole. I really like this team, I like the spirit, I like where this team is at. Physically, we have to work on that part now," Rivers said. For more on the Celtics, visit <A HREF="http://www.csnne.com/pages/celtics_blog_archives" target="_blank"><b>CSNNE.com's Celtics Blog</b></a>. <i>Video courtesy of NECN's sister station, CSNNE.</i>