Insider Intel: Too hard to handle
The Magic exposed some major flaws in Game 1 that won't be easy for Boston to fix
Yes, the Celtics should be applauded for a remarkable near comeback in Game 1 against the Magic. But let's not forget that the Magic were up by 28 points early in the third quarter in the midst of a dominating, brilliant effort. Then they became complacent, stopped listening to their coach and went away from the things that built their big lead. And that may end up having been the best possible scenario for Orlando head coach Stan Van Gundy.
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