Thursday, September 13, 2012

Boston wins last 2 games

A bitter rematch with the Chicago Bulls, who've dominated Boston so far this season, turned into a blowout win on the road and sweet payback for the Celtics. Boston returned home to close out their season, and boy did they do it with authority!

The Milwaukee Bucks were competitive in the first quarter, but started shooting terribly from the field. The lead for Boston revved to 20, then 25, then 30, then 35, and ultimately ended at 55 points!

A triumphant, to say the least, performance at home bodes well for the Boston Celtics, who by doing so secure the #1 seed in the Eastern Conference. They've drawn the Indiana Pacers in the opening round of the Playoffs, and while Josh Howard didn't win Sixth Man of the Year (courtesy of Lakers forward, Antawn Jamison), he certainly played strongly to the end, preserving leads for Boston. The Lakers might've won best record overall with 68 wins, but Boston was right on their heels with 66 powerful victories. The Celtics are ready to bring home the gold.

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