Lakers 91, Celtics 84

BOSTON — Well, the old man ain’t done yet. Derek Fisher scored 11 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter and shadowed Ray Allen into 0-for-13 shooting in Game 3 of the NBA Finals tonight. Fisher’s coast-to-coast layup and free throw after he was hacked sealed the deal for the Lakers, who lead the best-of-7 series, 2-1. Fisher made 5 of 7 shots in the fourth quarter. Fisher will be a free agent July 1 and will be 36 when training camps open in the fall. He said he has no plans to retirement and hopes to remain a Laker for life.

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  • Blue Bruin

    These things we know to be true:
    1. The Lakers still need to win another game in Boston.
    2. The Law of Averages caught up with Ray Allen.
    3. The officiating continues to be dreadful.
    4. Fisher will definitely be back next season.