08:06 AM ET 05.31 | Boston's Game 2 loss left the Celtics to wonder and hope -- and, perhaps, seethe. [After the game], Danny Ainge stopped Joe Borgia, the NBA's officiating supervisor, in an attempt to get an explanation for the clear-path foul call against Mickael Pietrus. ... The Celtics were clearly left wondering about the officiating crew of Ken Mauer, James Capers and Tom Washington [Wednesday] night, as much as some tried to contain their chagrin. "Can you call it something else besides 50-50 calls?" coach Doc Rivers said in reply to a question about how the Celtics appeared to lose out on most of the calls that could have gone either way. ... "Listen, it is what it is. LeBron James took 24 free throws tonight and our team took 29."