NBA Finals 2010: Lakers-Celtics Finale Will Be One for the Ages

June 16th, 2010 by Chase Yutzy Leave a reply »
No hype is needed when only one game stands between two teams and a title.

Boston will begin an attempt to dissuade the appearance that they can't win in L.A. in Game Seven.  Ray Allen's 19 points brightened a dull performance by the Celtics, and if they plan to take home the title he'll need to stay away from the shooting droughts that were plaguing him throughout most of the Finals.

Boston was dealt a 22 point loss as Bryant and L.A. dominated and stole the advantage going into the final game. For the Celtics, the pressure is now on.

There's no doubt that the momentum goes to the Lakers.  Boston's backs will be against the wall until they are able to prove that they can play comfortably in front of a hostile crowd in the Staple Center.

The Lakers jumping out to an early lead may mean the game is all but over.

Boston will use every weapon in its arsenal to shut down the Lakers momentum early in the game.  L.A. should be on edge if Boston is able to remain locked with the Lakers late into the contest.  This game likely will go down to the very end so long as Boston rebounds from the tough loss.

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