26 May 2008

Watch Game 4 of the Boston Celtics vs Detroit Piston

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After winning their first road win the Boston Celtics will try again to win at the road on their Game 4 against the Detroit Piston, or will the Detroit Piston bounce back and tie the series.

Hamilton, who has 2,348 career points in the playoffs, broke Isiah Thomas' franchise record for postseason scoring this year. He scored a game-high 26 points in Boston's 94-80 win in Game 3 and matched a team record by making all 16 of his free throws.

He'll break another franchise mark in Game 4 on Monday night when he and the Pistons try to even the Eastern Conference finals against the Celtics.

Hamilton is set to play in his 114th playoff game, surpassing Bill Laimbeer's team record.

Ray Allen the eight-time All-Star scored 23-plus points a game over eight seasons with Milwaukee and Seattle before his scoring averaged dipped to 17 points this season as the third wheel of Boston's Big Three.

In 1996, he became the first Husky to be a back-to-back All-American as he led the school to at least the NCAA regional semifinals in each of his three seasons. Allen left school early as the third-leading scorer in program history and the Bucks drafted him No. 5 overall.

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