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Lakers appeared lost from beginning

Coach Phil Jackson and his Lakers were left dumbfounded by what went down in Game 6. Coach Phil Jackson and his Lakers were left dumbfounded by what went down in Game 6. (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)
By Shira Springer
Globe Staff / June 18, 2008

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After the final buzzer, Doc Rivers, in his Gatorade-drenched suit, sought out Kobe Bryant. Rivers embraced Bryant and whispered a few words in his ear; undoubtedly, the Celtics coach complimented the regular-season MVP on his play and offered some encouragement. Then Bryant did his best to find Celtics players amid the growing chaos on the parquet. He offered congratulations and ... (Full article: 775 words)

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