Kevin Garnett finished 9-of-20 shooting for 20 points in Boston’s Game 6 loss to the Sixers.
All 20 of Garnett's field-goal attempts were from 10 feet or beyond, with an average distance of 17 feet.
"We've got to do a better job, offensively,” Doc Rivers said. “I thought we had a lot of empty possessions, offensively. We played in random a lot tonight. [We] really never established Kevin [Garnett]; even though Kevin had points, it wasn't the type of points that we needed. So, we have to do a better job there."
Philadelphia outscored the Celtics in points in the paint, 42-16.
"He's been playing so great this series, we were just trying to limit his easy shots," Elton Brand said. "Twenty field-goal attempts, 20 points -- shot-per-point for any guy that shoots a lot during the game, that's what you want. We tried to contest his jumpers, but he started knocking them down late. The easy ones, the post-ups, the putbacks, the dunks -- him and Brandon Bass -- we wanted to take that out of the game, and we felt that we really gave ourselves a shot to win if we did that."