It's not every day that a player scores 44 points, dishes out 10 assists and grabs 8 rebounds in a playoff game. Actually, until Wednesday night's performance from Rajon Rondo, it had never happened. It still wasn't enough to beat the Heat, who came back from a 15-point deficit to win in overtime. This has to be a frustrating result for the Celtics, who were on the verge of stealing one from Miami on their home court. Did they miss their chance to make this a competitive series?


Were the Celtics robbed?

The Celtics have had their issues with the referees in this series, including a non-call on Rondo in overtime that clearly angered the guard.

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Which is more true of the Celtics' Game 2 loss to the Heat?

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Heat without Bosh?

Don't look now, but the Heat haven't seemed to miss Chris Bosh at all, at least in this series.

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Are the Heat a better team without Chris Bosh?

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Series winners?

The series heads back to Boston for Game 3, but the Celtics will have to make some changes if they want to advance to the finals.

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Which team will win the Heat-Celtics Eastern Conference final? (Heat lead 2-0)

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