The Celts hammered the Sixers as though the Sixers had the series won. Obviously the Sixers had no idea what was at stake and to come out as flat as they did is 50% on the Roster and 50% unfortunately on Coach Collins and his Staff. They overlooked what they thought was excellent preparation and game plan.
For Turner , Boss Hawes, and Brand X to combine for 11 points in 73 plus minutes is a absolutely atrocious. The only Sixer to get the memo that there was a lot on the line tonight was Sixers 7th man Thaddeus Young. Young had 22 points in a little over 26 minutes with Jrue Holiday adding 15 and 9 helpers.
The numbers that the Truth, Big Ticket, and C's Point God Double R put up were Classic, " We have to get this GAME no matter what happens between these lines". Truth gets 24 and 12 boards, Big Ticket 27 and 13, and Double R (Who is by far the best Player on the Floor in the 1st 3 games) 23, 14 helpers, 6 boards, 40 plus minutes of action, and ONLY 1....My Bad...as in Turnover. They dominated the Sixers from the end of the 2nd Frame to the end of the 4th frame.