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  After Game 1 with all the media hypsters saying that the Lakers had out-toughed the Celtics, Phil Jackson expected the Celtics to pound the Lakers inside. Jackson had D.J. Mbenga and Josh Powell rough up Pau Gasol in practice on Saturday to ready him for a tough physical game inside. But Doc Rivers had a different idea. Instead, the Celtics went outside with their guards doing most of the damage to build a 14-point lead early in the second quarter.  Rajon Rondo was everywhere, grabbing rebounds and setting up plays for Ray Allen who hit seven straight three-pointers and scored 27 points in the first half.  Defense was where the Celtics played a tough physical game inside, boxing out Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum who had only five rebounds between them in the half. As a team ...

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