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Game: Lakers @ Celtics, Game 3 NBA Finals
Key stats: 0-13 FG, 4 TRB, 2 AST
Lowlights (if available): YouTube
After a monster performance in Game 2 of the 2010 NBA Finals, then-Celtics guard Ray Allen was looking to build off his success against the Lakers and help propel Boston to another league title. Allen had scored a game-high 32 points in Game 2, but in the follow-up match-up, Allen wouldn't get a single FG, going 0-13 in a crucial game, and tallying just two points from two made free throws.
The Celtics would fall 91-84 in the game, which is likely still hard to stomach for Celtics fans. Had Allen been even half as good as he had been in Game 2, the game could've been completely different for Boston. Instead, they had to take the loss, and eventually their series defeat at the hands of Los Angeles.