Boston Celtics Regular Season Woes Cause Game One Collapse

May 2nd, 2010 by Frances White Leave a reply »


The Boston Celtics continue their maddening ways of not adjusting to Rajon Rondo's game. The second half of game one saw the Cleveland Cavaliers gear their defense toward stopping Rondo's penetration.

The Cavaliers were quick to help and recover, forcing the action, which fueled their fast break. 

Paul Pierce struggled mightily and Ray Allen could not use his length over Mo Williams or Delonte West effectively.  Kevin Garnett and Kendrick Perkins missed layups that might have preserved the win.

In some ways this team still has chemistry issues. They still haven't figured out how to keep Rondo involved when the game is in the balance.

They continue to go for the knockout punch, ...

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