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2010 NBA Finals: Lakers Fall Victim To Perimeter Contrast

There are several reasons the Boston Celtics were able to even the 2010 NBA Finals series against the Los Angeles Lakers at one game apiece, but the most glaring reason is the stark perimeter contrast from Game One to Game Two.

Ray Allen scored 32 points and set a new Finals' record with eight three pointers made, and Rajon Rondo had his fifth career playoff triple-double with 19 points, 10 assists, and 12 rebounds as the Celtics won 103-94.

Rondo and Allen's 51 points were more than the entire stable of Lakers' back court players could manage combined. Allen started the Celtics' revival by scoring 27 of his points in the first half, while Rondo finished the Lakers off in the 4th quarter.

It was very different from Game One when Kobe Bryant's 30 points were mor...

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