Found June 06, 2012 on Celtics Life:
Celticslife had a chance to catch up with a member of the 2008 Championship team, none other than the three point specialist, Eddie House. We got to hear his opinions on the Eastern Conference Finals as he spoke about his experience with both sets of "Big Three". Eddie spoke about what it takes to be a champion in this league. We got him to rank his 61 point college game performance on his all time favorite games list and we find out he is an avid Xbox 360 player. Sorry, no gamer tag info, he doesn't need hundreds of game requests daily. We couldn't thank Eddie enough for giving us some of his time.
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