Monday, May 11, 2009

Celtics Beat Magic in Game 4 with Big Baby Buzzerbeater (NICE!)

BIG BABY!!!  You are the F'n man!  He hit a great shot with about 30 seconds left to tie the game and then hit a buzzer beater to win the game!  UNREAL!  Who expected BBD to be the guy who saved the game for the Celtics?  Probably no one but himself.  This kid just keeps getting better and better and has some serious BALLS!

The Celtics really had no business winning this game considering how they played in the last 6 minutes.  They didn't even hit a field goal during that time until Davis hit that first jumper with 30 seconds left.  They let up a 9 point lead and let the Magic steal the momentum which is never a good idea when on the road.  If the Magic could actually hit a few more shots themselves during that time, they could have put the game away.  It was definitely an ugly and super stressful few minutes at the end of the game.

Once again, the Celtics relied on the awful 2 minute offense of give the ball to Pierce and watch him force up a shot that they almost always use at the end of a close game.  I don't understand why they change their offense to run this garbage.  He almost always takes that shot regardless of whether he is open or not.  I can't get mad because he usually makes it but I would like to see something different once in awhile.  Luckily, he had enough sense to see the double team and kick it to Big Baby for the open jumper this time around

What the hell happened to Ray Allen by the way?  He was basically invisible.  If the Celtics can win a close game like that without Allen playing any big role at all then I will take that all day.  I think the C's just stole the momentum in this series back from the Magic.  Going back home for Game 5 is HUGE for the Celtics.  I really expect them to win by about 10+ on Tuesday night. 

Once again, we have another intense series that is stressing me out and giving me grey hairs and stomach problems.  Good Times!

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