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The Boston Celtics have made it back into the NBA playoffs after a year absence and are currently slotted to play the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first round. The win, though, nearly did not happen.
With the clock running down, Jae Crowder hit a game-winning three pointer to send Boston to the playoffs. Beating the Cavaliers will be a tall task for any squad in the East, but especially so for the Celtics after the year they had.
Lakers Players humiliate Kobe and their Coach
The Boston Celtics (21-33) came calling on the struggling Los Angeles Lakers (14-41) Sunday night in hopes collecting a (semi) easy win over a cellar dweller team in the midst of a seven game losing streak. The Lakers managed to pull out a 111-118 overtime victory but all was lost when an interview went awry. Coach Byron Scott was incensed and Kobe Bryant was less than pleased when Jimmy Kimmel showed him the video of his teammates. To see the ESPN video, click here( Kobe on Kimmel).
The Celtics took care of business Monday night as they defeated the Phoenix Suns in Arizona 115-110.
The Golden State Warriors were on a four game winning streak when the Celtics came calling. Over the past five games, they have scored no less than 122 points with 131 coming against the Rockets. So with the Celtics coming in with a 2-4 over their last six games, the outcome was inevitable…or was it?
From the start of the game, the Celtics hung tough but found themselves down by 10 with 36.3 seconds remaining in the game and closed to 112-109 with a Jared Sullinger layup.