1. Celtics Take Advantage Of Bosh-Less Heat
Boston Celtics, buoyed by a return to its home floor, jumped to a big lead and held on to beat Miami Heat 101-91 on Friday to narrow the gap on Heat in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. Kevin Garnett scored 24 points with 11 rebounds,
By Rob Gloster on June 01, 2012 Rajon Rondo had 21 points and 10 assists and the host Boston Celtics won 101-91 to pull within a game of the Miami Heat in the National Basketball Association's Eastern Conference finals. Miami, which got 34 points from
In Game 3's Heat-Celtics matchup, however, a few numbers tell most of the game's tale in a nutshell: +27 and 38 percent, -17 and 84 percent, 25 and 4 all represent a large chunk of the storyline as to why the Celtics saved
The Celtics hope they can do what the Thunder did and steal a game at home against a superior opponent. It will be a tall task since Boston couldn't win a game in which Rajon Rondo scored 44 points. Who else is going to
The Celtics won Game 3 with a complete team effort rather than a batch of gaudy stat lines from the team's four All-Stars. A couple of stops here, a couple of loose balls there, and the C's beat the Heat.