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What to watch for in Game 6

Updated: June 15, 2010, 5:30 PM ET
By Chris Forsberg | ESPNBoston.com

LOS ANGELES -- The last time the Los Angeles Lakers dropped back-to-back home playoff games, Tyronn Lue was a fresh-faced, second-year guard fighting (unsuccessfully) for court time.

Six teams, 531 games and one full decade later, Lue, now retired and in his first season as director of basketball development for the Boston Celtics, is hoping the Green can accomplish what the Portland Trail Blazers last did, in the 2000 Western Conference finals.

The Lakers haven't dropped consecutive ...

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