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In a moment largely symbolic of the series, Kevin Garnett out-hustled Matt Barnes for the ball near the sideline during Saturday’s Game 3, and inadvertently ran into Magic coach Stan Van Gundy, knocking the big guy off his feet. The Celtics dominated the Magic from start to finish, winning 94-71 to take a commanding 3-0 series lead.
In case you missed it, check out the video below of the play. I apologize for the quality, but hey, I’m posting this only hours after the game ended.