On basketball Celtics gave everything they had and still lost ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Barry Chin/Globe Staff Rajon Rondo, Doc Rivers, and the Celtics had few answers after falling behind 2-0 in the East finals after another loss in Miami. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Mario Chalmers, LeBron James, and Dwyane Wade (left to right) emerged with a 115-111 win in overtime. Andrew Innerarity/REUTERS Rondo was the star of the game, playing all 53 minutes and scoring a game-high 44 points. Jim Davis/globe staff Wade sailed past Kevin Garnett, Mickael Pietrus, and Brandon Bass for a key field goal in overtime. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Paul Pierce fouled out late in the fourth quarter and finished with 21 points. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Wade, who had a slow start, finished with 23 points. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Rondo put up an acrobatic shot over Shane Battier in the first quarter. Andrew Innerarity/REUTERS Garnett defended against a shot by Wade. The Celtics held Wade to 2 points and no assists in the first half. Jim davis/Globe staff Wade and Pierce competed for a loose ball in the first quarter. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Garnett, seen here working against Ronny Turiaf, scored 18 points on 6-for-18 shooting. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images James was matched up against Pierce for much of the game. He finished with 34 points. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Garnett fought for rebound position against James Jones, left, Joel Anthony. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Rivers must now bring his team home looking for its first win in the series.