Celtics Talk

3y
Once again, 48 minutes wasn't enough to determine the winner of a Celtics-Heat playoff game, but unlike in Game 2, it was the Celtics coming out on top, beating the Heat, 93-91, and evening up the series at two games.
3y
Marquis Daniels hasn't been heard from much in the postseason, but made a big impact in Game 3. That means Doc Rivers could look for him more going forward.
3y
Ray Allen had his toenails painted green for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Heat. It's not the first time he's gotten in the spirit a little extra.
3y
The Heat have been burned by Kevin Garnett at times during the postseason, and hope to contain him a bit more by placing forward LeBron James on him.
3y
Paul Pierce's scoring helps him defensively against LeBron James, as it makes the Heat superstar work harder himself on defense.
3y
The Celts aren't bigger than many teams, but Miami is one of them. The C's took advantage of that edge in Game 3, and aim to do it again in Game 4.
3y
The Celtics have an "open-door" policy that allows anyone with an idea to voice it to Doc Rivers.

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