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    • 2010 NBA FINALS - BOSTON CELTICS VS LOS ANGELES LAKERS
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  • 5/29/10

2010 NBA FINALS - BOSTON CELTICS VS LOS ANGELES LAKERS

LA Lakers win 111-103 over the Phoenix Suns.

Game 1 is this Thursday night 9:00pm EST/6:00pm PDT on ABC

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  • 5/29/10

BEAT LA!
BEAT LA!
BEAT LA!

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  • 5/30/10
Time to order a 2010 NBA Finals Game Program $15.00
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  • 5/30/10

I can't wait, Cal!!!!!!!!!!

I didn't even sleep last night after the C's won. It was craziness around here.

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  • 5/30/10

OMG......just wait for the media to over hyped this series........I'll be hearing this for days......

you got get those NBA Finals gear now or its gone with snap of a finger.

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  • 5/30/10

2010 NBA FINALS SCHEDULE

Game 1: Boston @ Los Angeles Lakers - Thursday June 3rd, 2010, 9:00pm EST/6:00pm PDT

Game 2: Boston @ Los Angeles Lakers - Sunday June 6th, 2010, 8:00pm EST/5:00pm PDT

Game 3: Los Angeles Lakers @ Boston - Tuesday June 8th, 2010, 9:00pm EST/6:00pm PDT

Game 4: Los Angeles Lakers @ Boston - Thursday June 10th, 2010, 9:00pm EST/6:00pm PDT

Game 5: Los Angeles Lakers @ Boston - Sunday June 13th, 2010, 8:00pm EST/5:00pm PDT

Game 6: Boston @ Los Angeles Lakers - Tuesday June 15th, 2010, 9:00pm EST/6:00pm PDT

Game 7: Boston @ Los Angeles Lakers - Thursday June 17th, 2010, 9:00pm EST/6:00pm PDT

ALL GAMES ON ABC AND ESPN RADIO

Los Angeles Lakers - Staples Center (18.997 seating capacity)
Boson Celtics - TD Boston Garden (18,624 seating capacity)

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  • 5/30/10

Thanks for posting this schedule cal!

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  • 5/30/10

celtics in 5 games.

put it in the books.

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  • 5/30/10
There is no escape from over-media and over-press and over-hyped in next month for this.
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  • 5/30/10

Not to mention all the celebs in the crowd like Jack Nicholson.

Go Celtics!

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  • 5/31/10
NBA Finals: All-Time Champions

YEAR CHAMPION OPPONENT RESULT MVP
2008-09 Los Angeles Lakers Orlando Magic 4-1 Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles
2007-08 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers 4-2 Paul Pierce, Boston
2006-07 San Antonio Spurs Cleveland Cavaliers 4-0 Tony Parker, San Antonio
2005-06 Miami Heat Dallas Mavericks 4-2 Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat
2004-05 San Antonio Spurs Detroit Pistons 4-3 Tim Duncan, San Antonio
2003-04 Detroit Pistons Los Angeles Lakers 4-1 Chauncey Billups, Detroit Pistons
2002-03 San Antonio Spurs New Jersey Nets 4-2 Tim Duncan, San Antonio
2001-02 Los Angeles Lakers New Jersey Nets 4-0 Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles
2000-01 Los Angeles Lakers Philadelphia 76ers 4-1 Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles
1999-00 Los Angeles Lakers Indiana Pacers 4-2 Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles
1998-99 San Antonio Spurs New York Knicks 4-1 Tim Duncan, San Antonio
1997-98 Chicago Bulls Utah Jazz 4-2 Michael Jordan, Chicago
1996-97 Chicago Bulls Utah Jazz 4-2 Michael Jordan, Chicago
1995-96 Chicago Bulls Seattle SuperSonics 4-2 Michael Jordan, Chicago
1994-95 Houston Rockets Orlando Magic 4-0 Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston
1993-94 Houston Rockets New York Knicks 4-3 Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston
1992-93 Chicago Bulls Phoenix Suns 4-2 Michael Jordan, Chicago
1991-92 Chicago Bulls Portland Trail Blazers 4-2 Michael Jordan, Chicago
1990-91 Chicago Bulls Los Angeles Lakers 4-1 Michael Jordan, Chicago
1989-90 Detroit Pistons Portland Trail Blazers 4-1 Isiah Thomas, Detroit
1988-89 Detroit Pistons Los Angeles Lakers 4-0 Joe Dumars, Detroit
1987-88 Los Angeles Lakers Detroit Pistons 4-3 James Worthy, Los Angeles
1986-87 Los Angeles Lakers Boston Celtics 4-2 Magic Johnson, Los Angeles
1985-86 Boston Celtics Houston Rockets 4-2 Larry Bird, Boston
1984-85 Los Angeles Lakers Boston Celtics 4-2 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Los Angeles
1983-84 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers 4-3 Larry Bird, Boston
1982-83 Philadelphia 76ers Los Angeles Lakers 4-0 Moses Malone, Philadelphia
1981-82 Los Angeles Lakers Philadelphia 76ers 4-2 Magic Johnson, Los Angeles
1980-81 Boston Celtics Houston Rockets 4-2 Cedric Maxwell, Boston
1979-80 Los Angeles Lakers Philadelphia 76ers 4-2 Magic Johnson, Los Angeles
1978-79 Seattle SuperSonics Washington Bullets 4-1 Dennis Johnson, Seattle
1977-78 Washington Bullets Seattle SuperSonics 4-3 Wes Unseld, Washington
1976-77 Portland Trail Blazers Philadelphia 76ers 4-2 Bill Walton, Portland
1975-76 Boston Celtics Phoenix Suns 4-2 Jo Jo White, Boston
1974-75 Golden State Warriors Washington Bullets 4-0 Rick Barry, Golden State
1973-74 Boston Celtics Milwaukee Bucks 4-3 John Havlicek, Boston
1972-73 New York Knicks Los Angeles Lakers 4-1 Willis Reed, New York
1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers New York Knicks 4-1 Wilt Chamberlain, Los Angeles
1970-71 Milwaukee Bucks Baltimore Bullets 4-0 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Milwaukee
1969-70 New York Knicks Los Angeles Lakers 4-3 Willis Reed, New York
1968-69 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers 4-3 Jerry West, Los Angeles
1967-68 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers 4-2
1966-67 Philadelphia 76ers San Francisco Warriors 4-2
1965-66 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers 4-3
1964-65 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers 4-1
1963-64 Boston Celtics San Francisco Warriors 4-1
1962-63 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers 4-2
1961-62 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers 4-3
1960-61 Boston Celtics St. Louis Hawks 4-1
1959-60 Boston Celtics St. Louis Hawks 4-3
1958-59 Boston Celtics Minneapolis Lakers 4-0
1957-58 St. Louis Hawks Boston Celtics 4-2
1956-57 Boston Celtics St. Louis Hawks 4-3
1955-56 Philadelphia Warriors Fort Wayne Pistons 4-1
1954-55 Syracuse Nationals Fort Wayne Pistons 4-3
1953-54 Minneapolis Lakers Syracuse Nationals 4-3
1952-53 Minneapolis Lakers New York Knicks 4-1
1951-52 Minneapolis Lakers New York Knicks 4-3
1950-51 Rochester Royals New York Knicks 4-3
1949-50 Minneapolis Lakers Syracuse Nationals 4-2
1948-49 Minneapolis Lakers Washington Capitols 4-2
1947-48 Baltimore Bullets Philadelphia Warriors 4-2
1946-47 Philadelphia Warriors Chicago Stags 4-1
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  • 5/31/10

BOSTON
1) Fenway Park (37,741 seating capacity) (Baseball stadium)
2) Fanuiel Hall/Quincy Market Place (Outdoor shopping/farmer's market)
3) Dunkin Donuts (Good morning Boston)
4) Martha's Vineyard/Cape Cod/Maine/Rhode Island (Ocean getaway)
5) Martha's Vineyard (island getaway)
6) Harvard University and Cambridge, MA (campus hangout town)

LOS ANGELES
1) Dodger Stadium (56,000 seating capacity) (Baseball stadium)
2) Fairfax Marketplace or the Grove of Los Angeles (farmer's market for 1st, outdoor shopping for 2nd)
3) Breakfast burrito (Good morning Los Angeles)
4) San Diego/Malibu/Huntington Beach/Santa Barbara/Huntington Beach (Ocean getaway)
5) Catalina Island (island getaway)
6) UCLA and Westwood District West LA (campus hangout town)

More later......

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  • 5/31/10
Kinda late for early risers. Guess they think we'll watch their preceding shows leading up to the game? Not.
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  • 5/31/10
cool list. I'll be a Celts fan staying with two sisters, and going to two games in LA. First time to the Staples Center! My ones sisters husband (brother in law) is an LA season ticket holder, and has luxury box for his company! Pretty crazy I have to go to LA to see the Celtics! I was impressed with Nate Robinson when he gave thanks to his lord and savior Jesus Christ. You don't see that anymore, and I hope the Celtics resign him and bring him back. He was so refreshing to me the other night, and I will root for him to play well. I am leaving for LAX on wed. morning.
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  • 5/31/10
IT'S ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO LAKERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO LAKERS!!!!!!!!!!!!GO LAKERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • 5/31/10

Lucky you chathama!!! I'm jealous!

Are you going to be brave and wear green?!!!!!

Have a great time!

GO CELTICS!

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  • 5/31/10

HA HA!

BEAT LA!

BEAT LA!

BEAT LA!

We are already hearing that all over the place here!

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  • 5/31/10
'Kobe' means tender. Go Celtics!
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You are extremely so lucky to attend.

I have only been to one Boston Celtics @ Los Angeles Lakers regular (ordinary) season game few years back when Paul Pierce and Kobe Byrant both wore throwback uniforms and I could not even get anything originial to my reasonable liking.

2 decades ago, my boss at my office party got mad at me for not giving him the phone message that one of this collegues had a Lakers/Celtics regular season ticket game on Magic Johnson's retirement cermony and day.

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  • 5/31/10

MOST NBA TITLES IN HISTORY

17 — Boston Celtics (1957, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1974, 1976, 1981, 1984, 1986, 2008)

15 — Minneapolis/Los Angeles Lakers (1949, 1950, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1972, 1980, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009)

6 — Chicago Bulls (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998)

4 — San Antonio Spurs (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007)

3 — Philadelphia/Golden State Warriors (1947, 1956, 1975)
3 — Syracuse Nationals/Philadelphia 76ers (1955, 1967, 1983)
3 – Detroit Pistons (1989, 1990, 2004)

2 — Baltimore/Washington Bullets (1948, 1978)
2 — Houston Rockets (1994, 1995)
2 – New York Knickerbockers (1970, 1973)

1 — Miami Heat (2006 )
1 — Milwaukee Bucks (1971)
1 — Portland Trailblazers (1977)
1 – Rochester Royals (1951)
1 — Saint Louis Hawks (1958)
1 — Seattle Supersonics (1979)

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