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Why we should have expected Ray’s bad shooting night

History is playing a big role in this series. With a focus on what history is being made, or whether certain things will follow the same historical paths, Matt Moore decided to take a look at Ray Allen's historic game 2.  And he found that history shows we shouldn't have been totally surprised by last... [More]

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Doc Rivers: They got away with a ton of moving screens

Via ESPN Boston.com: "I think it was a ton of moving screens they got away with," Rivers said the day after the Celtics' 91-84 loss to the Lakers in Game 3 put the Celtics behind 2-1 in the best-of-7 series. "As far as off-the-ball action … you are not allowed to hold, you are not... [More]

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Sheed’s back is a big problem

"We have to play him short minutes, short spurts," said Celtics coach Doc Rivers. "That's all you can do. It's not going to get any better at this point." The 6-foot-10 big man played nearly 19 lackluster minutes in Tuesday's 91-84 Game Three loss, scoring just two points on 1-for-5 shooting. "He's struggling," Rivers admitted.... [More]

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Watching this again might kill you

Watching this again might kill you

Via Henry Abbot of TrueHoop: Boston was down 72-70 when this happened.It’s unclear why Ron Artest got so stuck on Ray Allen’s pick — after the game he said he could remember the play, but not why he let Pierce get so open. Stop the play about nine seconds in. Pierce needs that ball, and... [More]

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Enemy Chatter: Redemption for Derek Fisher

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. Derek Fisher is a proud man.  He's not the sinful kind of proud, the type who allows his pride to hinder his judgment, or cause him... [More]

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Your Morning Dump… Where Doc is pissed at Phil and the refs

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. “Every game so far we’ve had one of our top players in foul trouble,” said the Celtics coach. “Maybe I should start complaining about fouls. Maybe I... [More]

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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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