Three Celtics keys for Game 3

Most important for Boston is getting Garnett going after he was dominated in L.A.

Updated: June 8, 2010, 1:32 PM ET
By Chris Forsberg | ESPNBoston.com

BOSTON -- The Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers spent their lone off day between Games 2 and 3 of the NBA Finals crisscrossing the country. To most, playing a game the day after would be a daunting task, especially given the time acceleration coming this way.

To Boston, it's probably a blessing in disguise.

The Celtics have struggled throughout the postseason with extended breaks. But with Monday washed by travel, the team is essentially right back on the court for a pivotal ...

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