Biggest Adjustments Boston Celtics Must Make to Stay Alive in 2013 NBA Playoffs

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Biggest Adjustments Boston Celtics Must Make to Stay Alive in 2013 NBA Playoffs
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It's been a long series for these proud Celtics.

Let's be honest: The Boston Celtics are basically finished.

They now trail the New York Knicks 3-0 in this best-of-seven series, a deficit no team in NBA history has overcome. The Celtics have also shown no signs to make us believe that they can be the first ballclub to do it, as they have yet to even score 80 points in a single game.

That being said, there are some adjustments that Boston can make to at least turn this into a more competitive series, and just about all of them involve the offense.

It's no secret that the C's desperately miss Rajon Rondo, as these first three games have silenced anyone who even thought for a second that the Celtics were a better team without their All-Star point guard.

Still, that is no excuse for the utter ineptitude Boston has displayed on the offensive end of the floor throughout this series.

For the sake of the Boston Celtics name, adjustments need to be made.

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