Dwight Howard #12 of the Orlando Magic comitts a flagrant foul against Paul Pierce #34 of the Boston Celtics in Game Two of the Eastern Conference Finals during the 2010 NBA Playoffs at Amway Arena on May 18, 2010 in Orlando, Florida.
Those guys won again?
Orlando Magic's Dwight Howard (right) and Vince Carter look back at the Boston Celtics after the Celtics' 95-92 win.
Nate Robinson, Rasheed Wallace and Kendrick Perkins (from left) of the Boston Celtics cheer on their teammates from the bench.
Vince Carter of the Orlando Magic walks toward the bench in pain as he is attended to by a member of the medical staff. He returned to the game.
You wear that to work?
A fan of the Orlando Magic supports his team against the Boston Celtics.
Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic dunks against the Boston Celtics.
Orlando Magic guard Vince Carter is fouled by Boston Celtics center Kendrick Perkins while going up for a shot during the second half.
Grappling with success
Pro wrestler John Cena cheeers for the Boston Celtics against of the Orlando Magic in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals Tuesday in Orlando.
What's wrong with this picture?
Things you never thought you'd see: Rasheed Wallace as peacemaker, holding back Boston teammate Paul Pierce after a flagrant foul by Orlando's Dwight Howard during their game, Tuesday.
A swish hitter
Boston's Rajon Rondo throws up a left-handed shot over Orlando's Dwight Howard during their game, Tuesday.
Orlando's Dwight Howard provides a facial for Boston's Paul Pierce during their game, Tuesday. A flagrant foul was called against Howard.
Why coaches lose their voices
The louder you yell, the better they listen. Boston's Doc Rivers demonstrates the first principle of coaching, during the game against Orlando, Tuesday.
"Three more games? Six?"
Paul Pierce of the Celtics and the Magic's Vince Carter chat during the game, Tuesday.
At a lower elevation
Boston's Paul Pierce has the first step on a loose ball against Orlando's Vince Carter, during their game, Tuesday.
Everything stands still
Boston point guard Rajon Rondo drives to the basket between Orlando's Jameer Nelson, left, and Dwight Howard, during their game, Tuesday.
Boston's Brian Scalabrine, left, Paul Pierce and Rasheed Wallace announce themselves to the Orlando crowd before the game, Tuesday.