Ray Allen comes through for Celtics with 3-pointers
By Frank Dell'Apa Ray Allen failed to convert a field goal in the fourth, attempting two 3-pointers, playing the role of decoy most of the time. But he played through pain to play an important role in Game 1. The court has seemed less claustrophobic
After starting Game 7 by missing eight of his first nine shots, including 0-for-5 from 3-point range, Ray Allen picked a great time to get hot. He hit a three with 9:52 left that sent the Garden into pandemonium and gave the
Dogged by bone spurs in his ankle, was Ray Allen ever going to make another three-pointer? And where was Rajon Rondo? After his worst performance of the playoffs in Game 6 in Philadelphia, what happened to that much anticipated triple-double?
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Rajon Rondo didn't show off his best stuff in Game 6 on Wednesday night. The All-Star point guard looked a bit lost at times and was a big reason why the Ce.