The Boston Celtics bounced back in Game 2, and defeated the Los Angeles Lakers, 103-94.
It can be argued that Rajon Rondo was the player of the game after his 19 point, 12 rebound, 10 assist performance. But the player who set the tone for the Celtics last night, and kept them in the game in the first half when no one else was playing particularly well was Ray “Jesus Shuttlesworth” Allen.
Allen hit seven 3-pointers and scored 27 points in the first half and finished with an NBA record eight 3-pointers, en route to 32 points.
In this version of the Hoops Addict Podcast, Rashad and Ryan discussed Allen’s record-setting performance, the great play of Rondo, where the Lakers lost the game.