Boston Celtics: Fat and Sassy

Jessica DAnalyst IMay 10, 2009

ORLANDO, FL - MAY 08:  Rashard Lewis #9 of the Orlando Magic guards Glen Davis #11 of the Boston Celtics in Game Three of the Eastern Conference Semifinals during the 2009 NBA Playoffs at Amway Arena on May 8, 2009 in Orlando, Florida. The Magic defeated the Celtics 117-96. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)

What was your reaction to Glen Davis pushing that kid on the sidelines after hitting the game winning three in Game Four against the Orlando Magic?

Did you think the Boston Celtics looked foolish in their celebration?

Come on, does Doc Rivers jumping up and down in the middle of the Orlando Magic's home court seem tacky at all to anyone?

I'm in no way denying that Davis's triumphant shot at the last moment of the fourth quarter was clutch, but something about the Celtics reeks cheap to me.

I know they're mad about the Rafer Alston grandma slap to the back of the head, and perhaps concerned about Dwight Howard's elbows, but do team rivalries extend to the fans directly?

Does it warrant kissing members of the Orlando audience "goodbye"?

It seems that they want to shove a win down Orlando's throat a little too much. Do I smell fear?

There's a difference between Kevin Garnett looking all fired up on the sidelines (an example of normal competitive nature) during the game, and playing "na na na na boo boo" after the buzzer.

I'm irked at the Orlando fans that attended the game. Why didn't you give me the tickets so I could have put them to good use? It's not like these fans don't care about the Magic winning; they just don't know what being a fan entails. They're from central Florida; they're by nature confused about fan duties.

Stand. Scream. Repeat.

The "defense" chant just wasn't enough for me tonight. Are we too cocky in Orlando?

If we were tonight, it backfired.

Going back to Boston for game five, Celtics fans are going to want blood. But I want blood too.

Magic fans, we want to take the Celtics down. Don't we?

Tonight we gave up our chance to win on home court, to keep the Celtics from behaving the tacky way they did tonight.

All I can ask is that Magic fans in the Boston area show up for game five, and the Magic players take every little ounce of frustration that they've gathered tonight to kick the crap out of the Celtics on their home court.