Seriously, is there a better team to watch in the playoffs than the Celtics? Even if you’re not a C’s fan, shame on you, but considering how many 7-game series they’ve had the last couple of years, the countless overtime games with Chicago during last year’s palyoffs, and then already two game-winning field goals by their studs, Boston fans always get great drama unfolding before their very eyes. KG, who was a little shaky with a couple of misses around the hoop, mans up and takes it to Jeffries for the game-winning field goal. KG definitely pulled a Ray Allen in this game. And while Rondo had a superb game, Carmelo took it to a new level while both Billups and Stoudemire were out. His performance last night was Lebronian, meaning prior to this current season when it was always Lebron and a cast of misfits leading the charge. Carmelo sure proved that he could carry a team on his shoulders with that memorable performance last night.
The Celtics capped off a comeback from being as down as 12 points to win in epic fashion with a clutch 3-pointer from
Jesus Shuttlesworth Ray Allen. Jermaine O’Neal proved to be the best Celtic O’Neal. Amare had a monster game offensive game. Caremlo Anthony couldn’t deliver, I’m sure Amare is pissed off and was thinking to himself, “This was my team, get your own team Melo. We were runnin’ good before you got here.” Absolutely no reason that a “superstar” like Carmelo should start off to a great 4-7 in FGs to end the game 5-18.