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Title, History on Line for Celts in Game 7

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The Celtics have history on their side.

. . . And not much else.

Your Green Team was thrashed by the Lakers at Staples Center last night. Playing with none of the urgency and thunder that marked the final two games in Boston, the Celtics were Dropkick Murphyed in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, 89-67.

So now it comes down to a seventh game, on the road, against the West Coast brothers who seem to have been put on this earth to provide the Celtics with a measure of greatness. All championships are sweet, but wins (and losses) against the...

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