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2yIt was a great game, but a more horrible loss. It was a missed opportunity and the source of so much pain. How did it hurt? Oh, let Rich Levine count the ways
2yA collection of the best and worst moments and happening from the Celtics' 115-111 loss to the Miami Heat in Game 2 of the ECF.
2yRajon Rondo put in a playoff performance that ranks up there with some of the best all-time, but it came in a loss to the Heat. Still, his play certainly won't go unnoticed.
2yPrior to the game, A. Sherrod Blakely came up with the keys that would be factors in Game 2. Now, he's back to check up on how those played out.
2yPrior to Game 2, Brian Scalabrine had a nice chat with Rajon Rondo out on the court. Rondo had some questions, and Scal offered his insight. Hey, maybe something he said stuck.
2yThe Celtics play a much better brand of basketball in Game 2 than in Game 1, but the Heat still overcome in overtime, 115-111. Rajon Rondo scores a career-high 44 points in the heartbreaking loss.
2yWe know that the ankle is bothering Ray Allen, but more specifically, it's because it's hindering his ability to rise up before his shot.