The Possible Dangers for the Boston Celtics If They Lose Game Four

May 23rd, 2010 by John Mabasa Leave a reply »
When Doc Rivers said "We're not good enough to let up", I hope the Celtics listened and listened well.

It's easy to believe that the series is over, especially since the Magic showed no interest in putting up a challenge in game three.

If the Magic don't make major adjustments in Game 4, their season is done.

The Celtics look determined enough to avoid a major let down and make sure they finish the series off on Monday, May 24th.

What the Celtics probably know and what Celtics fans should be aware of is that the margin for error is not as big as people think.

A Magic victory on Monday means a Game 5 to be played in Orlando.

If the Magic manage to push this to Game 6 then that suddenly puts Boston in a do-or-die scenario because you are suddenly faced with a possible Game 7 in Orlando.

It's hard to recover from these sudden scenario changes. Ask the Magic.

Orlando's biggest mistake coming into this series is thinking that all they have to do is play the way they have been playing and everything should fall into place.

I thought they would have done something for Game 3 but the ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NBA
Article written by


Comments are closed.