The Celtics Erased A 22-Point First Half Deficit To Take A 2-0 Series Lead Over The Sixers

05.03.18 1 year ago

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After a Game 1 performance that saw everything break perfectly for the Boston Celtics, much of the basketball world (including the good folks in Las Vegas) anticipated an inspired performance from the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 2 on Thursday night. For much of the first half, that projection looked to be coming true but, seemingly on a dime, the Celtics flipped the script again. When the final horn sounded, Brad Stevens and company emerged with a 108-103 lead to take a 2-0 series lead.

The Sixers got off to a flying start with 10 assists in the first quarter and J.J. Redick leading the way with lights-out shooting.

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