Doc Rivers must be really pissed off. Here's what he had to say about Derek Fisher's defense on Ray Allen:
hard. He's been in the game long enough to understand. I thought he
got away with a lot last night. I thought there was a lot of holding
going on and a lot of flopping going on, and finally he showed that last
one. But he's good at it, he's always been good at it. We knew that
going into the series. He's one of the best charge-takers in the game.
He's always been that. And some of them are charges and then some of
them are flops, but all of them are tough to call. It is a brutal call
to make, it really is a tough one."
The Globe has a slew of quotes from practice, including this beauty from Ron Artest:
me, 20 points? I want to win. That's it. I think last night I played
great. I always think I play great, even in Game 2 when some people
were probably saying I had a bad game. I had a good game. I thought I