10 year old Celtics fan has a parting shot for Ray Allen.
The NBA Playoffs is one of the most exciting events in sports. However, this year has been off the charts so far with so many games being decided in the final minutes. In Game 1 of the first round playoff series between the Boston Celtics and New York Knicks, the Celtics came back from a huge deficit, with Ray Allen hit a game-winning 3-pointer with 11.6 seconds remaining, lifting the Boston Celtics to a dramatic 87-85 victory. Here is what that play would’ve looked like had it taken place in NBA 2K11. The call is by TNT’s Marv Albert and Steve Kerr.
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The Lakers lack the cohesion of a team that the Celtics have - from running their offense, to getting amazing defensive plays, the Celtics have continually hurt the Lakers with the intagibles: heart and desire (Eye of the Tiger). Winning 2 in a row generally spells doom for the other team, but can the Celtics put it together to get a win at Staples?
The biggest issue I see is passion and desire. The Celtics have a lot more of it than the Lakers - and with the refs keeping everybody off balance, those intamgibles will be crucial. Bynum may not play and will certainly not be at full strength if he does, so the Lakers will need a supreme effort 1-12 to steal Game 5 from Boston. Find more of our breakdowns, visit us and subscribe!
They key to this series rests on who is going to be tougher, who is going to get down and dirty, and who's willing to do whatever it takes to win. For even more basketball, visit us at: BBALLBREAKDOWN.COM
Breaking the finals record for 3's in a game, Ray Allen had the eye of the tiger as he took on all comers. No one could slow him down as he shot 8-11 from 3 point range on his way to a 32 point night. For even more basketball: BBALLBREAKDOWN.COM
Here is the first part of our breakdown of Game 2. Some good adjustments, better play all around and Rondo has made his mark early. For even more: http://bballbreakdown.com
The role players on the Magic have played poorly from a simple execution stand point. Rashard Lewis is busy playing terrific defense on everyone, so I don't think his low offensive output is a factor. Keep him on KG at all times, get Gortat in there for 25 or 30 minutes, and have Vince Carter outplay Paul Pierce. That's all.