It didn’t look like it would be early — Boston missed lay-ups and dunks all through the first quarter, LeBron James was being LeBron James, and the Cavaliers had a 16 point first quarter lead. Boston started to find it’s offensive groove — hunting Kevin Love incessantly — but in the end couldn’t get enough stops because, well, LeBron James. Game 5 is Wednesday night back in Boston.
LeBron James scored 44 points leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to defeat the Boston Celtics 111-102, tieing the series 2-2.
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Despite the Sixers' meteoric ascension from 10 wins two seasons ago to 52 this past year, The Process and how they got to this point remains a polarizing discussion. This directive here is aimed at the Process Purists, those who are opposed to adding big-named stars to the Sixers mostly organically grown core. The Sixers have two potentially transcendent foundation pieces in Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons.
LeBron James helped lead his team to a victory over the Boston Celtics on Saturday, 116-86, to set the series at 2-1 with the Cavaliers trailing. James was efficient, scoring 27 points on 8-of-12 shooting while adding 12 assists, five rebounds, two blocks, and two steals. As a team Cleveland shot an impressive 50 percent from 3-point range, dwarfing their marks from Games 1 and 2 in the series.
"All season I feel like we've been learning," said Boston's Al Horford. The bigger issue is doing a better job of executing at both ends of the floor and doing so without being thrown off their rhythm by the crowd noise that's pumped into the Quicken Loans Arena that players acknowledged made communicating tougher than usual in Game 3.
The Boston Celtics are embarrassed despite leading the Eastern Conference finals. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Cavaliers want to remain in desperation mode. Cleveland will seek to tie the series on Monday when it hosts the Celtics.
Boston Celtics forward Marcus Morris was not happy with his game-three performance against the Cleveland Cavaliers, describing his defense on LeBron James as "s***". Morris and the Celtics were no match for the Cavaliers, who reduced Boston's series lead in the NAB Eastern Conference finals to 2-1 via Saturday's 116-86 rout in Cleveland. There was plenty of blame to go around after Boston's lacklustre display but Morris accepted a portion of the responsibility.
The Cleveland Cavaliers hit back against the Boston Celtics in the NBA Eastern Conference finals but head coach Tyronn Lue is not satisfied. Cleveland reduced Boston's series lead to 2-1 following Saturday's 116-86 rout on home court, having tasted consecutive defeats. LeBron James scored 27 points and tallied 12 assists to put the Cavaliers on the board in their quest to reach the NBA Finals.