And you thought the series was over after just two games.
The Boston Celtics finally showed a pulse (and their upper body strength in Kevin Garnett’s case) in the Eastern Conference Finals, beating the Miami Heat 101-91 on Friday night.
Many, if not all, had written the C’s off entirely after two straight losses to open the series in Miami. You were probably one of them.
A Garnett and Rajon Rondo-backed squad came out firing and held a 22-point lead entering the fourth quarter. Boston looked like an entirely different team.
Oh, and the disparity in personal fouls between the Heat and Celtics in Games 1 and 2 that had the nation in an uproar? A thing of the past. Both teams finished with 24 on Friday.
Funny how that worked out.
Solid game by the #Celtics all around. They certainly had their lapses in the second half, but they capitalized when they should have.
— Zuri Berry (@zuriberry) June 2, 2012
The Celtics scored a whopping 58 points in the paint. And thanks to Marquis Daniels, Celtics may actually have a real bench. #PushUps
— Toucher and Rich (@Toucherandrich) June 2, 2012
— jermaine wiggins (@jwiggs85) June 2, 2012
The Celtics should be up 2-1…nice job in game 2 though Heat…mighta gotten you to the Finals
— Bruce Leroy (@Erudition4You) June 2, 2012
— Jackie Mesa Pepper (@Jackie_Pepper) June 2, 2012