Box Score after the jump.

R. Rondo(notes)G43:306-100-00-0+9310225610312
R. Allen(notes)G38:4213-162-43-5+70261101031
S. O'Neal(notes)C20:322-30-00-3+7010101034
P. Pierce(notes)F34:307-102-22-2+120711110318
G. Davis(notes)F33:2710-180-03-5+90211001023
Percentages.613.556.533Team Rebounds: 9
J. O'Neal(notes)22:382-50-00-0-9051201064
N. Robinson(notes)16:473-51-20-0-2252310017
M. Daniels(notes)16:093-40-00-0-13030110016
V. Wafer(notes)9:180-30-10-0-5011000000
L. Harangody(notes)4:270-10-00-0-5000000000

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  1. Three Toe says:
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  2. Three Toe says:

    love the fact that these show almost only Celtic plays. One of the commentators though hits the nail on the head with the fact that Ginobli really goofed the last play up. Perhaps the plan was Ginobli shoots a three under any circumstance, but i strongly doubt that... I think Greg is a better coach than that. A better finisher like Pierce looks for the open man with a high% opportunity first (think game 4 against orlando last year, when he passed to an open Davis for the game-winner), and there was 2 of them this time for the Spurs. At 2:03 in the video, Dice rolls to the basket and would have had an easy 2 because Quis just stays with Manu. Rondo cheats to the middle and leaves Parker all alone for an open 3 or baseline drive. When your offense is predictable though, and your finisher can't improvise, it makes things way easier for the defense. I thought for sure that a pass and either overtime or a loss was coming!

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