2010 NBA Finals Game 4 | Big Baby Leads Celtics’ Bench to Tie SeriesCategory: Basketball
Playing like a beast and not like his nickname, Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis drooled his way into scoring 9 of his 18 points in the 4th quarter to lead the Boston Celtics bench in a 96-89 drubbing of the LA Lakers to avoid going into a 3-1 hole where nobody has ever climbed out of.
The 2010 NBA Finals is now a best-of-three series with Game 5 to be played in Boston and Games 6 (and 7 if possible) in Los Angeles.
For most of the fourth quarter, coach Doc Rivers went with his bench: Glen Davis, Nate Robinson, Tony Allen and Rasheed Wallace with only Ray Allen as the starter and they answered the challenge by outscoring the Lakers’ bench, 36-18. Slam Dunk King Robinson scored 12 points in 17 minutes.
Kobe Bryant scored 33 points and Pau Gasol had 21 for the Lakers who are obviously hurt by center Andrew Bynum’s absence who only played 11 minutes all in the first half due to a knee injury.
Check out the Game 4 recap video below:
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