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Celtics vs. 76ers NBA Playoffs Game 7 Recap

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Sunday, 27 May 2012 13:10

Boston Celtics ReviewA series that has pitted two teams with character, with personality and with pride.

The Sixers have been more than worthy rival in the second round for the Celtics. The Doc Rivers have had to hire back almost every game, something they were not used and no one was assumed that they had to do.

Say goodbye to your head held high, but with very low scoring records. None of the 7 has gone from 92 points and four have fallen below 86. It is the most lagoon, which should improve if they hope next season the EFC.

The game started very friendly locals. At minute 8:30 the score stood 10-2. Reacted Sixers Andre Iguodala's hand with 5 straight points and put the 17-17 in the light.
Gradually catching the verdiblancos and Brandon Bass with a plugged took advantage (32-26). Exchange of baskets until a Rajon Rondo assists for mate placed the 41-33 Bass with which come to rest.

Connection following the Rondo-Bass and a basketball news power forward would leave the greatest advantage in the score (49-38). The third quarter seemed very friendly locals, but the Sixers are a team with a fighting spirit beyond doubt. Among Jrue Holiday and Iggy-Pop took the turbo and put a 4-14 to get to 1 (53-52) in the absence of seconds left in the period.
In the fourth quarter, came the triple Ray Allen to continue to give advantage to their own. Paul Pierce was scoring fluently, like KG. But the absence of just over 4 minutes, The Truth committed his sixth foul. The bench. 71-68 and Iguodala with gamer mode, the Greens needed a solution. And they found in Great Round Rondo. The team was charged based on their backs and in those last 4 minutes signed 11 points and 3 rebounds in a partial victory 14-7 to convict. Triple double and go to the conference finals. What more could you want?

Rajon Rondo was once again the player who thrives in playoffs, which always gives a bonus at the right time. Rondo was once again Great Round.

Low percentages, with 42.5% for the Celtics and 35% for the 76ers. Matching on the rebound (44 BOS, 45 PHI) and losses (14 BOS 15 PHI).


Celtics: Rajon Rondo 18 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists, Paul Pierce 15 points, 9 rebounds, 3 blocks, Kevin Garnett 18 points and 13 rebounds, Brandon Bass 16 points and 4 assists

Sixers:  Andre Iguodala 18 points and 4 rebounds, Jrue Holiday 15 points and 9 assists, Elton Brand 15 points and 6 rebounds.

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