Garnett comes to life to spearhead Celtics


By Rob Gloster on June 01, 2012 Rajon Rondo had 21 points and 10 assists and the host Boston Celtics won 101-91 to pull within a game of the Miami Heat in the National Basketball Association's Eastern Conference finals. Miami, which got 34 points from

Officiating overshadowed a great performance by Rajon Rondo in Game 2. Will that be the case as the scene shifts to Boston?

By Chris Forsberg | ESPNBoston.com Jim Rogash/Getty Images Celtics center Kevin Garnett heaped some bleepin' praise on the Garden faithful. BOSTON — Celtics center Kevin Garnett has often expressed his affinity for playing in "The Jungle," his

Series Shifts to Boston Where the Celtics Hope for Some Home Cooking.

The Celtics and Oklahoma City Thunder didn't get this far without being very good teams built for playoff basketball. But the Heat and San Antonio Spurs were favored for good reason, too. Game 3 is a chance for the underdog to come out guns blazing and

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