Found April 26, 2013 on Celtics Town:
.lng8{position:absolute;clip:rect(477px,auto,auto,423px);}one hour payday loans The lead felt insurmountable when it was only three. In my miserable pessimism I’m not sure when the actual backbreaker came, but by the time the Knicks lead stretched to 18 there was no doubt what the outcome would be. In a pivotal Game Three at home the Celtics offense continued to sputter, crash, and burn. Now the Celtics find themselves down 3-0 in the series, a hole no NBA team has ever been able to dig their way out of, and on the verge of being swept. The Celtics might be able to take Game Four at home–though I’m not remotely sure of that right now–but that would only leave them primed for a return to New York and a likely 4-1 gentleman’s sweep. This team is simply not offensively talented enough to defy the odds with a rotation depleted by injuries and facing its age. In the opening moments, even layups were labors for the overmatched Celtics. Lets run through the bullet points quickly:Jason Terr...
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