Celtics Stuff Live 5/7: Scott Souza

Celtics Stuff Live hit the airwaves Thursday night feeling pretty good following the Celtics dominant performance in Game 2 and the late afternoon word that Rafer Alston would be suspended for Game 3 due to his inexplicable swat to Eddie House's head in last night's fourth quarter. Still, questions surrounding Paul Pierce and the bench's ability replicate their Game 2 performance don't allow a completely comfortable night's sleep, but such is life of an NBA fan in the playoffs.

Scott Souza of the Metro West Daily News was kind enough to spend a few minutes with Jon and Justin to offer some of his impressions from last night's contest and provide an update following today's practice at Healthpoint. Scott offered a bit of a preview of his article for Friday's paper where he delves a bit deeper into the Celtic bench, specifically in the backcourt, and Scott finds perhaps a rosier picture than many fans have seen over the last few weeks. Scott rightly notes, that even during last year's championship run it took some time before Doc found a rotation he was comfortable with and that seemed to turn out all right for all involved.

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Following Scott's turn with CSL, Jon and Justin answered a voicemail and email on Paul Pierce and his struggles so far in the playoffs, and wrapped it all up with having a pair of callers on the show at the same time as an intriguing way to still end the show in an hour... however, we failed.

Be sure to check out the Celtics Stuff Live Facebook page and become a fan, or follow my twitter feed (CSL_Duke)

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