LOS ANGELES -- It was inevitable, wasn't it? An NBA Finals, played between two of the league's cornerstone franchises, is headed for a Game 7 after the Lakers blew out the Celtics 89-67 to even the series at 3-3 on Tuesday.
"Ron kick-started us with a couple of threes and got confidence in what he was doing," said Lakers coach
"I thought there bench guys were more comfortable," said Celtics coach
"There's a long laundry list [of things that hurt us]," said Rivers. "But rebounding was No. 1. The 50-50 game at halftime was 18-3 [in favor of L.A.]. I don't care who you're playing, 18-3 in the 50-50 game on the road, you have no chance to win that game."
Still, it could be more than
"Perk is our enforcer," said