Game 2 Pre-Review


Sorry to the millions and millions of Double Dribble readers out there, but I don’t have time to put up a review of Game 2 tonight. It took me most of the night to get my wireless working after a power-outage returned it to factory settings.

Talk about the game amongst yourselves. I’ll give you a topic. If the Celtics can play this bad as a team with only two active offensive weapons and still win the game, what does that mean for the rest of the series? Discuss.


2 Responses to “Game 2 Pre-Review”

  1. High Above Courtside Says:


    Rondo back on his game, Celt’s bigs put up a much better show in the low post. KG a non factor–but Ray was lighting it up. man am I glad they didn’t trade him for Jaimeson!

    The Celt’s laid some Defense on them and disrupted LA’s game. As a result the Lakers took 15 more foul shots than the Celt’s

    • jpalumbo Says:

      Im still feeling pretty lucky to have snuck out a victory when Pierce and Garnett were a combined 4-16 from the field. Rondo, Allen, and Pierce did a good job of really forcing the issue and exaggerating contact with Kobe and Artest, drawing some questionable whistles on LAs best perimeter defenders, which evened out some of the tough calls the Boston bigs got trying to contest the paint (am I the only one, other than Jeff Van Gundy who echoed me exactly on two calls, who noticed that the Celtics front court could not block a shot w/out being called for a foul, and the LA front court could not pick up a foul when blocking a shot?). Biggest game to game difference is that Boston won the rebounding battle, and that was largely due to Rondo rebounding from the backcourt.

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