Rajon Rondo struggled mightily throughout Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals on Monday night. Kevin Garnett showed poise and desire in the fourth quarter, but the drive still wasn't enough to avoid the Celtics' eventual 82-81 loss to the 76ers.
With the series now tied 1-1 and a pair of games set in Philadelphia on the horizon, both KG and Rondo are going to be leaned on as heavily as ever to ensure that Boston regains control of the best-of-seven series.
NESN's Randy Scott chatted with former Boston College coach Al Skinner about Monday's result and what the Celtics must do to ensure victory on Wednesday.
Check out the video above to see Skinner's explanation.