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Ray giveth and Ray taketh away

Forty-eight hours after Ray Allen set a Finals record with 8 three-pointers, he layed a giant goose egg in a pivotal Game 3 at the Garden. Ray shot 0-13 FG (2 points) as the Lakers regained home court advantage with a 91-84 victory over the Celtics. Derek Fisher was the money man for the Lakers.... [More]

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Boston & That Sports Babe with Jess Camerato live from the Garden at 7

The Celtics and Lakers bring their Finals battle to Boston… and we're getting you hyped for the game starting at 7pm with the latest edition of Boston & That Sports Babe. And we're going to get a live report from inside the Boston Garden when WEEI's Jessica Camerato joins the show.  So tune in to... [More]

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Ray on getting hot

Via TrueHoop... [More]

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“I’m gonna be riding Kobe like a pony”

This dude is great.  He just walked from Boston to New York for courtside seats to all 3 Finals home games.  And now… he's going to become LA's worst nightmare. “Come on dude, what would you do for Celts tickets? I would have walked even further,” McGill said. Now that he’s won his chance to... [More]

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Rajon Rondo: Poetry in Slow Motion Part 2

Everything Rondo does should be in slow motion. I'll tell you what.. I don't ever want to play pool against Rajon Rondo.  This guy has a ridiculous knowledge of angles. How in the world do you put a floater like this up JUUUUUUST out of the reach of Andrew Bynum… and so perfectly up off... [More]

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Rajon Rondo: Poetry in Slow Motion

This slow motion replay of Rajon Rondo's block of Derek Fisher from Game 2 is just spectacular.  It was emailed to me by a reader, Ian, with an analysis that I would love to steal for my own. And while I contemplated making myself look good with someone else's words, I figured I'd just let... [More]

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CWebb: Players aware of rivalry, but not consumed by it

CWebb: Players aware of rivalry, but not consumed by it

The folks at NBA.com have been nice enough to allow us to ask some of their personalities questions during these playoffs.  This time around, I got to ask Chris Webber to cut through the BS and tell us the truth about how players feel about big rivalries like the C’s-Lakers We know what players SAY... [More]

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Your Morning Dump… Where Rondo is the BP oil leak

Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. Outside the locker room after Sunday night's 103-94 Celtics win, they were calling it "The Sequence." It began at the 5:58 mark in the fourth quarter with... [More]

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Paul Pierce’s new nickname: The Prognosticator

Paul Pierce’s new nickname: The Prognosticator

Paul Pierce is at it again. Last night after Pau Gasol slammed Kendrick Perkins late in the 4th quarter, the Truth turned to the Staples Center crowd (some were just arriving) and screamed, "We ain't coming back to LA!" Predictably, the media is jumping all over this in the same manner they blew out of... [More]

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Enemy Chatter: The Lakers were a hot, nasty mess

I often wonder what opposing teams, their beat reporters and bloggers are saying about the Celtics after playing the Celtics. Here's a dose of 'enemy chatter' from Los Angeles. The final period was neck-and-neck until those fateful last few minutes. That's when the Laker offense bogged down in Kobe isolation play – what happened to... [More]

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