Seven Reasons Why the Celtics Will Win Game 7

Seven Incisive, Provocative Reasons Why the Celtics Will Win Game 7

5/26/12 in NBA   |   GFortier   |   520 respect

May 18, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Boston Celtics forward Paul Pierce (34) is fouled by Philadelphia 76ers guard Evan Turner (12) during the fourth quarter in game four of the Eastern Conference semifinals of the 2012 NBA Playoffs at Wells Fargo Arena. The Sixers defeated the Celtics 92-83. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE1. Kevin Garnett did not sleep last night. Instead, he stared intensely at a Fathead cutout of Andre Iguodala 'til the sun came up.
 
2. Paul Pierce, on the other hand, slept very soundly in a pair of green silk pajamas, satisfied with his monster performance against the Sixers that night in NBA 2K12 in which Paul Pierce went 38/65 from the field with 91 points and one technical.
 
3. While the Sixers drew inspiration from the "huddle up and fight" mantra written on their whiteboard before Game 6, Doc Rivers has written the entire Game 7 gameplan on the Celtics' whiteboard because he no longer has a voice.
 
4. The Sixers admittedly would like to see a Heat Celtics Eastern Final. 
 
5. Rajon Rondo will finally decide the jumpshot isn't working for him, and then, disheartened but accepting of this fact, will nonchalantly dish out 58 assists.
 
6. It turns out Ray Allen has simply been facing the wrong way this entire series. This embarrassing oversight has been corrected. 
 
7. Allen Iverson's appearance before Game 6 has inspired the Sixers be very good, but to fall just short of anything truly great. Meanwhile, Bill Russell has unknowingly inspired the Celtics while toasting bread for a sandwich after walking his dog. 

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