June 17, 2010

History Favors Lakers, But So What?

J. Schuhmann, NBA.com

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History is not in favor of the Celtics. The home team has won 13 of those 16 winner-take-all situations. But location hasn't meant much to Boston this season. If the Celtics win Game 7, they'll finish the year with the same record on the road as they have at home (33-20). And they've already won more playoff games away from the TD Garden this season (six) than they won over the last two postseasons combined (five).

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