Sorry World Cup, It’s the NBA Finals: Who Will Be the Hero This Time?

June 13th, 2010 by Shaun Weissman Leave a reply »

Amid all the World Cup hype, we’re less than a day away from the biggest game of the year…or at least the biggest game in the world of basketball.

Game Five, Lakers and Celtics, series knotted up at two games apiece, nothing else really needs to be said (but I’ll continue anyways).

The last game was ugly, ironically depicted by the mirror-shattering photograph of Big Baby drooling after what he would likely look back and call a “beastly” play.

The winner of Game Five will probably go on to win the series, and it is extremely improbable that the Celtics' bench is what’s going to carry Boston to their 18th NBA Championship.

Glen Davis is a solid bench player, and Nate Robinson is unquestionably a very explosive and exciting guard, but they aren’t going to combine for 30 points again.  They won’t be able to will the Celtics to another win this series.

To win at home and take a 3-2 lead in the greatest rivalry in the sport, the Celtics will need one ...

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