Boston Celtics Gain Momentum and Homecourt, Tie Series 1-1

May 4th, 2010 by Nick Gelso Leave a reply »
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For the second consecutive game, the Celtics jumped out on the Cavaliers early only to see the lead evaporate to four points at half time (52-48).

Rajon Rondo carried 10 assists into the half. Rasheed Wallace finally joined the Celtics 89 games into the season. He lit a fire off the bench hitting from every angle of the floor. He hit his first five shot's and scored 13 points in seven minutes in the first half.

Is this the 'Sheed we've all been hearing about?

I am unsure how close we got to the "good-Sheed" his fans have been taunting us with but he compensated for a Celtics foul festival in the first half that had Pierce benched with three and the Cavs out-shooting the C's at the line 18-5.

As the third quarter opened, the Celtics had a fire in their eye and a bounce in there "aging" feet. The Celtics opened up a 25 point lead with just under 10 minutes remaining. The fan's at the Q and the home team looked shocked. In the blink of an eye, the Cavs went on a 15-0 run, cutting the lead to 10.

Doc Rivers, infuriated with his club, called the appropriate time-o ...

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