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06.07.2010 - The Boston Celtics makes it an even series to tie one a piece with the Los Angeles Lakers to a 103-94 win in the game two of the NBA Finals. And you thought Michael Jordan was latest addition to join the Celtics, but eventually its Ray Allen who sealed the win.

Yes its Ray Allen who made an iconic Michael Jordan moment after hitting all 7 three pointers in the first half. Then making the record for eight after breaking a tie for record with Kenny Smith and Scottie Pippen for most three pointers in the Finals...

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Undeniable memory that goes back to June 3, 1992 where Michael Jordan's famous shrug. As he turned up court after raining another three on the defenseless Trail Blazers in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on the way to winning his second of six titles.

Ray Allen and backcourt mate Rajon Rondo made sure the Celtics kept the game to the wire, while the big men where struggling by leading the the team for the win.

Rondo was everywhere being the floor general taking control of the ball, and making the Lakers pay outside. It was an awesome sight to see how tremendous effort was done in this game. Kevin Garnett making only fewer shots with Pau Gasol guarding him in the inside, while Paul Pierce was not as effective as he was in game one's loss.

It was seeing god again in this game as Ray Allen went from a perfect 7-of-7 field goals to breaking the record into going for eight-for-11 for 20 overall, while scoring 32 points against the Lakers.

Though the efforts of Allen wont be made without the compliments done by Rajon Rondo making his fifth triple double (19 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists). This finals has become a series now as it shifts to Boston for the next three games starting Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila).

All I can say is this series has become entertaining again. Its true where amazing happens, and dreams do come true as two of the best teams makes another chapter in the history of the most storied rivalry in the NBA.

In the end only one team will come out of this, and let's see where it takes us to witness this series unfold.

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