#2 Posted on 31.5.02 2139.25 Reposted on: 31.5.09 2159.03
A combination of both. Pierce had one three pointer in the fourth, Walker had zero points. Kidd played very well in the fourth and Kittles made a great pass to Keith Van Horn for a trey that put the game away.
Boo. Now we must root for the Kings since if it's Lakers/Nets I won't give a rat's ass.
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#3 Posted on 1.6.02 0419.08 Reposted on: 1.6.09 0419.09
How did New Jersey win?
The traditional method-- they scored more points than their opponents.
“Hardy har har, Eddie. You're a real laugh riot.”
If I can be serious for a minute, though:
With the Celtics down 89-86, Walker got a steal and was fouled. But he missed both foul shots, and Kenyon Martin grabbed the rebound, got fouled, and made both shots.
It certainly didn't help matters that the Celtics fell behind by more than ten points less than four minutes into the game. True, the Celtics came back to take a substantial lead-- but if they hadn't fallen behind in the first place, then the run they went on would have simply added to the lead.