June 18, 2010

Celtics Hopes Shattered on the Glass

Ron Borges, Boston Herald

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Last night they moved Heartbreak Hill to the Staples Center.

After a season of uphill battles and a playoff run of magnificence, the Celtics [team stats] hit the wall with 27.9 seconds left in Game 7 of the NBA Finals. Fittingly, it was a rebound, an injury and old age that beat them.

Depleted by the absence of injured center Kendrick Perkins [ Read Full Article ››


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