2010 NBA Finals: Could Game 7 Be The Greatest NBA Game Of All Time?

June 18th, 2010 by James Walker Leave a reply »
When it was determined that the Los Angeles Lakers would face the Boston Celtics in the 2010 NBA Finals, we all knew that it was going to be a great series.

Last night's Game Seven made it an epic series.

The history between these two franchises is incredible, and last night was the latest chapter in this ongoing story.

For the Lakers, conventional wisdom leads one to believe that it all starts and ends with Kobe Bryant.  Arguably the best player in the NBA today, he struggled early as the Celtics took an early lead at, one point up by 13 points.  When the game ended, Bryant admitted that he was out of gas.

There was Andrew Bynum battling injury but giving his best to contribute any way he could.  Lamar Odom, his contributions always questioned, played with a rare, but needed passion.  Derek Fisher, the heart and soul of the Lakers, was all over the floor and nailed a three when it mattered most. 

Then there was Ron Artest.  "Ron Ron," the loose cannon physically and mentally, playing hardcore defense and popping threes without making too many crucial mistakes.

The Lakers fought to ...

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