What Have We Learned: Celtics Surprise Magic in Game One

May 16th, 2010 by Josh B Leave a reply »
A patient tells the doctor, "It hurts when I do this." The doctor says, "Then don't do that."

It's hard to open a speech or an article or an essay or any prepared work with a joke. And rule of thumb is that if it's a good joke, the rest of your work doesn't really matter. But if you fail, that will throw off the rest of your writing.

In this case, I felt it was necessary to begin with a bad joke that you've all heard before, but still holds relevance and importance, as it did today in Game One of the Eastern Conference Finals.

The 92-88 score doesn't tell the whole story, and neither do my lackluster articles. My recommended method is to watch the game and then read my lackluster articles. That would give you the whole story for this one.

Free Nelson

Not even Magic could beat a qualified paramedic today for Orlando. Jameer Nelson was dribbling circles around everyone. Unfortunately, he had no support during his outstanding ball-handling.

Nelson shot one for six in the first half, where the Magic only scored 32. But it wasn't his fault. His teammates were motionless on offense. The Celtics contained Dwight How ...

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