|Rondo has triple doubles in the Celtics last two losses.|
Sunday Lebron and the Miami Heat come to town. If Boston can find a way to beat them, it'll go a long way towards making people forget about this 6 game losing streak. I may be the only person in New England who actually thinks it could happen.
But, the real question is how the fans will react to Ray Allen, who's making his first appearance back here since fleeing to Miami. The Celtics will undoubtedly have some sort of tribute for Ray, and I wonder how it will go over. I'll be there in the crowd, and I'm not even sure how I'll handle it. My guess is that if they throw up a montage filled with game winning threes and a bunch of moments from the 2007 title run, myself and most of the Garden fans win lean towards cheers rather than boos.
Paul Pierce also just passed Allen for 21st place on the NBA's all-time scoring list, and currently leads him by 14 points (23,398 to 23,384). If Ray gets off to a hot start we could possibly see the lead change hands during the game, maybe even multiple times.