May 1, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Boston Celtics head coach Doc Rivers calls out a play during the first quarter of game five of the first round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Boston Celtics: Are Doc Rivers and Kevin Garnett Both Gone?

 

The Miami Heat battled for a full 48 minutes and took down The San Antonio Spurs a — to — win. The victory forces a game seven in Miami on Thursday night.

Just when I thought I would be recording a show about the funeral of Miami’s “Big Three,” LeBron James lost his head band and found his stroke. King James was huge in the second half for The Heat.

On FanSided Tonite, I discuss the big win for Miami and what it means heading into game seven. I also look at The Boston Celtics situation after failing to trade Kevin Garnett to The Los Angeles Clippers. Is there really an end game for the Celtics? Doc Rivers does not want to be in a rebuilding situation, so more than likely he will leave the NBA for an analyst gig. Kevin Garnett is likely to retire if Rivers is not the coach of the Celtics, so the team will get nothing in return for him either.

All that and more on FanSided Tonite.

 

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