Originally written on Boston Sports Media Watch  |  Last updated 6/5/12
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For the first time in a very long time no Boston sports teams were in action. The Bruins were eliminated  from the Stanley Cup Playoffs over a month ago, the Red Sox had an off day in Boston before taking on the Rays tonight at Fenway, and the Celtics traveled to Miami for Game 5 of their series with the Heat, which is tied at two games apiece. With the series tied at two, it is now a best-of-three series, with the winner advancing to the NBA Finals. Game 5 is tonight at 8:30 airing on ESPN, with local pre and postgame coverage on CSN. Celtics have taken fifth before- Chris Forsberg has the Celtics fairing very well in Game 5′s under Doc Rivers. Since 2008 when their series’ are tied at two, the Celtics are a perfect 8-0 in Game 5′s. Celtics have made it a series with the Heat- Bob Ryan says the pressure is now on the Heat, not the Celtics. Please, no tipping point- Steve Buckley says Rajon Rondo needs to remain calm, and play with poise and composure. Bench brigade gives Celtics a ...
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