Philadelphia—Lou Williams stuck a three-pointer at the end of the first quarter to give the Sixers a 33-28 lead. That's the high point of the game for Philadelphia in Game 3 of their series with Boston. The Celtics dominate the second quarter to open up a double digit lead at halftime and never look back from there to defeat the Sixers 107-91. Thaddeus Young poured in 22 points in just 26 minutes for Philly but they couldn't match up defensively with Kevin Garnett. KG pumped in 27 points while grabbing 13 rebounds. Paul Pierce added 24 points while Rajon Rondo chipped in 23 more.
Boston now leads the series two games to one. Philadelphia will try to even things up in Game 4 at home Friday Night.