Heat 101, Celtics 88

In a very similar game to Game 7 vs the Lakers in 2010, the Celtics got off to a nice start, but couldn't control their defensive glass in the 2nd half, the home team got the benefit of some key calls, and the Celtics ran out of gas in the 4th quarter. Shame that Avery Bradley couldn't come back, but the Heat got Bosh back. Was a huge key in this series.

What's next for the Celtics? Everything is a possibility. Ray Allen is likely to leave. KG might leave or retire. Pierce could get traded. Shit I'm sure Danny will shop Rondo again like he's done every offseason. A super gutsy effort to take the Heat to 7 games. Truth be told the Celtics really needed to win Game 6 if they wanted to reach the Finals.

Oh yeah, LeBron and Wade, when you give the Celtics their due after the game, screw both of you. You can take your BS and shove it up your collective asses.

Very likely the end of an era. Thanks for all the enjoyment Big 4 and Doc. Let's Go Celtics!
R. Rondo(notes)G43:3310-221-21-2-12010143102222
R. Allen(notes)G38:425-113-82-2-90312200215
K. Garnett(notes)C35:056-120-02-2-142723100314
P. Pierce(notes)F42:257-182-63-5-151412111519
B. Bass(notes)F39:306-80-04-4-122501400416
Percentages.467.316.800Team Rebounds: 6
M. Pietrus(notes)22:070-20-20-0+1120110040
R. Hollins(notes)8:571-10-00-0+1121001022
K. Dooling(notes)6:080-10-10-0+2000000010
G. Stiemsma(notes)2:080-00-00-0-7000100010
M. Daniels(notes)0:280-00-00-00000000000
E. Moore(notes)0:280-00-00-00000000000
S. Pavlovic(notes)0:280-00-00-00000000000

JR 6/09/2012 11:15:00 PM Edit
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