NBA Game 7 Finals: Watch Live Stream Lakers vs. Celtics
Tonight’s the night, nothing’s going to stop the two teams as they both fight their way towards one goal, to be the champion.
The two giants or trees of each team suffered injuries and this caused one of them not to play in game 7. Kendrick Perkins will definitely miss game seven. As we recall in Tuesday night’s Game 6 loss to the Lakers when Perkins dropped to the ground, in seemingly little contact, during a routine drive to the hoop. It appears that all it takes to tear two ligaments in the right knee is landing with a slight twist. In his medical tests, x-ray’s revealed a torn medial collateral and posterior cruciate ligament. Perkins is Boston’s only hope for blocking power machine Kobe Bryant from going to the hoop.
As for Lakers, Andrew Bynum has suffered with a torn meniscus in his right knee during the entire playoffs, and despite his status for Game 7 has been confirmed that he can play, it remains unknown just how much he will contribute for the team, and to how far will he play his highest quality basketball.
However, the reality is that injured or not, the floor is steaming tonight, it’s only hours away to know who will be named the champion of this year.
UPDATES: Lakers bagged the 7th game 83-79