The Boston Celtics nearly let Game 4 slip away, but held on to tie the Eastern Conference Finals at 2-2 as they head back to Miami for Tuesday night’s Game 5.
Before the Celtics took Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals Sunday night, evening the series at two games apiece, point guard Rajon Rondo took a shot at the Miami Heat.
The Boston Celtics and Miami Heat needed overtime to decide Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals, but each of the teams had star players watching the deciding minutes from the bench.
It is looking like Miami Heat Big 3 will be intact for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals Tuesday night.
Fran Blinbury of NBA.com joined Sportsradio 610 and discussed the Rockets plans for the offseason as well as his thoughts on the NBA Playoffs.
Chris Mannix, of Sports Illustrated, joined Josh and Rich to talk about how dominant the Spurs have been, if the Heat can sweep the Celtics, and if the Rockets could chase after Roy Hibbert.
Felger and Massarotti were joined by Boston Celtics head coach Doc Rivers to talk about Game 1, the technicals in last nights games, and dealing with the injuries.
Orlando Alzugaray of 640 AM sportsradio in Miami joined the morning show and they discussed the Miami Heat, Boston Celtics game 1.
The Celtics handled the Heat rather easily during the regular season going 3-1. The Heat won in the second game of the season while the Celtics took the latter three, but with one of those was a meaningless contest at the end of the season when playoff seeding had already been set.
12-year NBA veteran and former Los Angeles Clipper Lamond Murray joined Vandermeer & Lopez and they talked about the Clippers/Spurs playoff series as well as his thoughts on the Celtics and their chances of making the Finals.