Monday, June 14, 2010

Where the #Lakers Drown in Boston

Boston Celtics forward Paul Pierce (R) is guarded by Los Angeles Lakers forward Pau Gasol in the first quarter during Game 5 of the 2010 NBA Finals basketball series in Boston, Massachusetts, June 13, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL)
PAUL PIERCE HAD A HUGE NIGHT AGAINST THE LAKERS


Jeez, I mean, what exactly is there to talk about? Oh, wait....

Celtics
The Celtics survived Rajon Rondo being off for most of the game, as Paul Pierce showed some heart and fire and led the Celtics to a HUGE game 5 win. Game 6 is Tuesday night.

Rich Levine tells us that the Celtics "team approach" is trumping the Lakers individuality in this series.

Bill Plaschke takes off the kid gloves when assessing the Lakers performance in Game 5.

Ray Allen's son had another issue with his diabetes early Saturday morning, but he was able to attend the game on Sunday.

Red Sox
The Phillies finally showed up for a game, as Red Sox-killer Cole Hamels shut down the Beantown bats.

So, this Daniel Nava thing seems to be a good story.

Don Orsillo still isn't feeling right.

Patriots
The Pats have scrapped a golf tournament to use an innovative idea to raise money for the Patriots Charitable Foundation.

Bruins
Watching all this winning has the Globe's Tim Flynn slightly bitter.

Maine Ties
The Sea Dogs got a win, and Hadlock Headlines has all the details.

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