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Friday, December 5, 2014 at TD Garden (Boston, MA) Celtics 113, Lakers 96
The Lakers and Celtics came into this game both experiencing uncharacteristically low seasons. The Boston Celtics starting 5 all scored double digit points, led by Tyler Zeller's 24, en route to a 17 point victory at TD Garden. The victory left the Boston Celtics at 6-11 on the season.
Friday, February 21, 2014 at Staples Center (Los Angeles, CA.) Lakers 101, Celtics 92 Los Angeles invited two newcomers to the court in MarShon Brooks and Kent Bazemore in the 101-92 win over the Celtics. In their first game under head coach Mike D'Antoni the two guards showed a pleasing outcome to the trade that acquired them just two days prior. Brooks, making his fifth NBA roster transition this year, was able to grab 10 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter to help lead the Lakers over the Celtics 101-92.
Friday, January 17, 2014 at TD Garden (Boston, MA.) Lakers 107, Celtics 104 While the Lakers remained Kobe-less the Boston Celtics just returned point guard Rajon Rondo for his first game back since injuring his knee almost a year ago. Pau Gasol was able to keep the Lakers alive through out the game leading LA with a double double (24 points, 13 Rebounds) in the 107-104 win at TD Garden. Rondo's long awaited return came with a title change to Team Captain and left the all-star player with a 3-point shot that would of sent the game into overtime.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at Staples Center (Los Angeles, CA.) Lakers 113, Celtics 99 Lakers newcomer Dwight Howard came through in a big way in the 113-99 win over the Boston Celtics with 24 points, 12 rebounds. The Lakers were able to pull off an emotional win in their first game back since owner Jerry Buss passed against their long-rivals from Boston. Los Angeles pulled away in both the first and third quarters just enough to keep Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett at bay.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at TD Garden (Boston, MA.) Celtics 116, Lakers 95 Paul Pierce led the Celtics on a 4-quarter domination of the Lakers with 24 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists and 1 block. Boston simply out played the Lakers in every facet of the game only being out scored by LA in the 4th quarter by 5 points. The Lakers only lead of the game came from a Kobe Bryant jumper early in the first quarter. The 11-10 lead would be short lived with a Jason Collins layup just 19 seconds latter to keep Boston ahead for the remainder of the game.
Sunday, March 11, 2012 at Staples Center (Los Angeles, CA.) Lakers 97, Celtics 94 With just 41 seconds to go in the 4th quarter Kobe Bryant sealed the 97-94 win over Boston with a 14-foot jumper off a Derek Fisher assist to put LA up 95-94. Andrew Bynum would extend the lead to 3 with a 6-foot hook shot over Kevin Garnett with 15 seconds to go putting the Celtics in a last second scramble to get a tying shot off. After two attempts, including a KB block on Paul Pierce's 29-footer, the buzzer would sound and the Lakers would take the W.