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Game 7 is here at 9 p.m. EST tonight. What means more with one neutral site game remaining, the Celtics’ blowout wins in Game 1 and 5, or Toronto’s late game exploits in Games 3 and 6?
The Celtics and Raptors both expended their starters for more than 50 minutes less than 48 hours ago in a NBA Playoff classic. Stamina and recovery will play a factor, particularly for Serge Ibaka who played hurt on Thursday, though that game came down to Toronto’s small ball lineup versus the Celtics starters.
Scroll below for previews and a look back at Game 6 from CLNS Media’s post game coverage team.
The Garden Report —
Celtics or Raptors? NBA Playoffs Game 7 PREDICTION
The Celtics and Raptors cap a long, hectic, series of swings with a Game 7 at 9 p.m. EST on Friday. Sierra Goodwill, Josue Pavon, Jimmy Toscano and Bobby Manning weigh in on the series one more time, and I’m sure you can guess who’s taking who in this decisive game.
Are Refs to Blame for Celtics Game 6 loss?
The Celtics and Raptors Game 6 packed plenty of drama including a few controversial calls by the referees down the stretch. From the no-call on a Kemba Walkers last second layup, to a timeout awarded to the Raptors in the closing seconds of regulation.
The Celtics found themselves on the wrong side of the whistle more than once. But are the refs really to blame for the Celtics inability to close out the series?
Celtics Fall to Raptors, 125-122, in Double Overtime Classic
In an epic Game 6 Thursday night, the Boston Celtics came up short against the Toronto Raptors 125-122 in double overtime. All Star point guard Kemba Walker was once again a no-show for his team. Walker was just 2-for-11 from the field with three turnovers. Sierra Goodwill, Jimmy Toscano, Josue Pavon, and Bobby Manning break down Game 6 and discuss what went wrong for the Celtics.
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Game 6 Post Game Show
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