Lakers vs Celtics Game 5: Boston Wins Because They Really Wanted It

June 13th, 2010 by Brittni Michaelis Leave a reply »
After attending my first game at the "Gahden" tonight, I was in shock. Never before other than a game at Fenway, have I experienced such emotion and overall passion for a sport. I don't know whether it was the fans or the energy from the players, but tonight was special. Now I haven't been to every sports game at every sports complex in the world, but tonight in Boston, something was different. 

While the Lakers rode on Kobes back, who had a stellar performance and finished with 38 points, his teammates were no where to be found. Odom? No. Gasol? No. Although I did see his other half show up—Marc Gasol stayed in my hotel. Artest? Nope. Other than the fact of getting in a skirmish with Rondo, no other Laker made themselves present in tonight's game.

The difference?

The Boston Celtics simply outplayed the Los Angeles Lakers.

There is no other reason behind it. Blame the refs all you want. Trust me, I'm from L.A. yet I wasn't upset with anyone other than the Lakers. When it came down to a crucial game, Kobe was left standing alone to take all the heat. That won't win championships. 

From the start Boston got o ...

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