2010 NBA Finals Game 7 | The Lakers Reign Supreme!Category: Basketball
Considering that this is Phil Jackson’s 13th NBA Finals appearance as a coach, it’s amazing to know that this Thursday’s Lakers vs Celtics Game 7 will only be his first.
This will be Laker superstar Kobe Bryant’s first too.
Can the Zen Master further cement his status as one of the greatest, if not the greatest coach in NBA history?
Will Jackson’s 47-0 record when his team wins Game 1 of a playoff series remains unbroken?
In the first NBA Finals Game 7 between the LA Lakers and Boston Celtics since 1984, will the leprechaun’s luck smile on the Celtics for the fifth time?
Can the Lakers become just the seventh team in NBA history to win a championship after facing a 3-2 deficit?
I know all of us are excited to know the NBA Finals Game 7 results.
UPDATE: The Lakers came back from an ugly first-half to reign supreme over the Celtics, 83-79.
Shooting a woeful 6-0f-24 field goal attempts, Kobe Bryant had 23 points and got help from Pau Gasol who had a 19-point, 18-rebound, four-assist, two-block evening while Ron Artest 20 points and 5 steals.
Paul Pierce had 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Celtics while Kevin Garnett added 17 points.
Check out the Game 7 recap video below:
NOTE: Kobe Bryant wins his 2nd straight NBA Finals MVP award while Phil Jackson his 13th NBA championship (11th as a coach).
The Lakers repeated as NBA champions for the first time since winning three straight from 2000-02.
This is the franchise’s 16th championship crown, 1 less than Boston’s 17.If you want to receive my latest posts, please subscribe to my full feed RSS or have them delivered through email. Just enter your email address below and hit the Subscribe button.