Donaghy's fixing allegations cast a shadow over Game 3

Originally Published: June 11, 2008
By J.A. Adande | ESPN.com

LOS ANGELES -- If this series existed in a vacuum, with no news conferences and no headline-making legal documents, we could listen to Boston coach Doc Rivers' summary of the Lakers' victory in Game 3 Tuesday and just move on.

"I thought they were the more aggressive team all night," Rivers said. "To me that was the reason."

Because this game came after a full day of focusing on Boston's 38-10 advantage in free-throw attempts in Game 2, and on the same day the unkillable Tim Donaghy ...

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