Sunday, June 6th, 2010 at 12:03 pm  |  7 responses

Paul Pierce’s Game 2 Plan

As reported by Boston.com: “Pierce’s formula for success in Game 2 tonight? ‘Our execution is going to be there, our defensive scheme is going to be there,’’ he said. ‘It’s just about how hard, how willing you are to sacrifice your body, go out there and do it, on the court for 48 minutes. We haven’t changed too much throughout the whole year, throughout the playoffs, about the way we play, about the way we prepare, so we just have to go out there a little bit faster, a little bit harder. Obviously, we have three games at home, but the most important game is the next game up, and that’s No. 2. We don’t want to dig ourselves too deep of a hole. We haven’t been in a two-game deficit in all playoffs. It’s definitely important for us to bounce back in Game 2, so we don’t find ourselves clawing to get back in the series before you go home for three games. Either way, when you go home, games aren’t guaranteed. Even though you’ve got three games, you’ve still got to go and play them.’’’

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  • larrylegend

    there will be blood….or a blowout.

  • HoosierDONK

    How the hell ya doin Larry? You still the man!!!

  • http://albayanos.com LeoneL

    The key to winning Game 2 is for Boston to score more points than the Lakers. Statistics show that the team with more points after 4 quarters win 100 percent of the time.

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  • LD

    Stan Van Gundy would like to argue that one day a team will win without scoring more points. It has to happen eventually.

  • BostonBaller

    Lam di

  • LD

    Game 2 plan: Let Rondo and Allen do all the work.