The Boston Celtics Defeat the Los Angeles Lakers 103-94 in Game 2 of NBA Finals: Ray Allen Shoots a Home Court Advantage Gift

Posted in Blogroll on June 7th, 2010 by Michael Tillery

This is a helluva picture

Going into Game 2, the Celtics were a team written for dead. Pundits were throwing dirt on Boston’s NBA Finals grave prematurely because the Lakers dominated Game 1 102-89. It seemed from the eyes of some that the C’s would not recover because their nucleus was an old tired bunch not able to sustain the physical will to handle Phil Jackson, Kobe Bryant and the Lakers masterful triangle.

Not last night, Ray Allen scored 32 points and hit 8-11 threes to help propel Boston to a 103-94 victory to tie the NBA Finals series 1-1 and gain home court advantage.

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