ORLANDO — There’s been a lot of talk about respect lately. The Magic feel like they don’t get any, and the Celtics could claim a gripe in that their win over the Cavaliers has been overshadowed by LeBron-mania. Ray Allen, like the rest of the Celtics veterans, isn’t worried about it. "That’s the bottom line, it’s like, who cares?” Allen said before Game 1 of the Conference Finals. ”At the end of the day, you win that fourth game in the Finals and you’re in the back of the building until 4 a.m. that’s when all the talk is in your direction. Again, we have one goal. It’s not for people to talk about us, it’s to be the last team standing.” Read the rest of this entry on Green Street.
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