The Celtics Were Off Guard in the 2010 NBA Finals Versus the Lakers

June 18th, 2010 by Krishna Dhani Leave a reply »
As we all know, the 2010 NBA Finals Game Seven occurred and aired yesterday. The Celtics were diminished by major steps in Game Six, and although they may have tried to play at full potential, by the end of the game, time had run out. The scoreboard tumultuously and openly pointed to a great lead by the Lakers.

This is a key point as to where the Celtics would’ve put the pedal to the metal. Apparently, though, they failed in attempt of trying this task.

In Game Six, the Lakers were were not going to give up and were trying to reach their full potential, and with a home court benefit, they were killing the Celtics by 20 points. Then the Celtics fell even more and from there left the game with Lakers having a 22-point lead.

If this loss wasn’t telling them or teaching them to do their best, what can? If you are facing a team that just beat you tremendously, what are you to do? Are you going to sit down and just give up?

That’s definitely not the way the Lakers played and that’s also how they beat the Celtics. As a matter of fact, they simply gave Kobe just what he needed—one more ring than Shaq ...

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