|Enemy: Third Quarter Collapse|
|Opponent's 3P%: 10.0 - 26.2 (38%)|
|Series: Sixers lead 2-1|
|Rafer Alston||PG||Andre Miller|
|Courtney Lee||SG||Bill Green|
|Hedo Turkoglu||SF||Andre Iguodala|
|Rashard Lewis||PF||Thaddeus Young|
|Dwight Howard||C||Samuel Dalembert|
The difference between a 3-1 series lead and a 2-2 tie is monumental. The Sixers were placed in this same scenario last year, and took a 10-point lead into the locker room. Whether is was complacency, experience, or sheer talent, the Pistons came out in the second half and dominated the Sixers for the remainder of the series. Will history repeat itself? I hope not.
A win tonight would be huge, huge, huge. The Magic would be against the ropes, the "experts" heads would explode, and Hell would freeze over. Let's do this!
If you need a little extra pumping up this morning here ya go:
One thing I failed to mention in my recap was how good the Philadelphia crowd sounded on TV. Even though the game wasn't sold out, the fans who were there made up for it. Let's get a repeat performance shall we? "Reggie, Reggie, Reggie!"
Let's do the thang Sixerland! Shock the world!