This — from the final moments of last night's Celtics-Sixers game — might be the most perfectly run basketball play you'll see all year.

There are three things I take from this: No 40-something percent free-throw shooter in league history has had Rajon Rondo's touch as a passer; Kevin Garnett seems to have restarted his half-life clock; and there is something pretty cool about the Celtics stealing a game in 2010 with a play that some Jewish guys were pioneering in chicken-wire cages in 1910. Nat Holman would like this team very much, I think.

Choose Your Own Adventure (Game Winners) [CelticsBlog]
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