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(NECN: Waltham, Mass.) - As the clock ticks down until tip-off of game one of the NBA finals, James Posey of the Boston Celtics says it will all come down to one thing. Execution. "If we execute, then we should be fine," Posey told Mike Giardi of NECN in a quick interview at practice today. Posey is expected to see significant time off the bench to defend Kobe Bryant, as he comes off his clutch defensive play in game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals against Detroit. "We just try to do what we can do out there," Posey says of the Celtics' bench player. He also said that while Kobe Bryant may be the focus of the Lakers offense, he's not the only weapon Los Angeles has, especially since the addition of Pau Gasol. "(With Gasol), they have an inside presence, and he runs the court well, he can step out and shoot a 15- to 17-footer," Posey said. "With that addition, you can see why they just took off in the second half of the season."