Poor rebounding tells story for Green

Sluggish Celtics at a loss to explain Lakers' dominance on the glass in Game 1

Updated: June 4, 2010, 1:06 PM ET
By Chris Forsberg | ESPNBoston.com

LOS ANGELES -- On the dry erase board at the front of the visitor's locker room, the first-half stats were still on display, the Los Angeles Lakers' 23-15 rebounding advantage over the Boston Celtics circled and starred for emphasis.

In one corner of the room, Kendrick Perkins, still in uniform, reclined all the way into his locker and shut his eyes as if trying to process what had just occurred.

From the back of the locker room, in the shower area, the voice of one of Boston's ...

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