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Your Daily Dip of Celtics News: April 28th, 2010

Posted by B-PAUL on April 28, 2010 at 2:11 AM

 

 

Here at Gino's Jungle we like to give credit to other Celtics blogs and news sources around the web. Although we do own our own blog we are constantly reading great material from other Celtics news sources. With that being said, we would like to take the time to recognize the great work that's out there and give you some good reads for your downtime. Here is today's daily dip of Celtics news.

 

CSNNE (A. Sherrod Blakely): C's blow past Heat, move on to 2nd round

"Celtics coach Doc Rivers and his staff will surely spend the next couple days working on ways to build on the positives - and there are quite a few - that they can take from this series that will give them the best shot at beating a Cavalier team that they split the regular season series against."

North Station Sports (Lee Herman): Celtics clinch 98-86 over Heat, await Cavs

"The Celtics finally woke up it seems, never letting any of the games get completely out of hand but they are going to have to be on the top of their play when they meet (probably) the Cavaliers in the next round. LeBron is playing out of his mind right now and Boston is sure to see a different sort of monster in this next clash."

WEEI (Jessica Camerato): Memories of miss motivate Allen

"Different, or just determined? Missed free throws in any situation, whether they impact the final result or not, can linger. But it’s what a player does with that frustration that sets them apart.

“Just go in the gym and just do it ‘til your hands bleed,” Allen said."

Celtics Hub (Brian Robb): Winning Ugly: C's 98 Heat 86

"Despite the lack of urgency throughout much of this one, Doc played this one smart with his guys. He had his older horses very well rested for the majority of this series, waiting for a night like this to completely take the leash off them."

NBC Sports (Mike Celizic): Rejuvenated Celtics ready for Lebron, Cavs

"So it’s really going to be one against a team. The Celtics have different people who can take over a game. The Cavs have one person whose job that is. The oddsmakers will say the Cavs have the edge, and the regular-season totals say the same. But the Celtics have been telling us all along the regular season doesn’t count. All that counts is that they’re healthy, they’re just two years removed from a championship, and they’re ready for another. You ought to like their chances."

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