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Boston’s Brown vows to bounce back from ’embarrassing’ defeat

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Boston forward Jaylen Brown says he'll use an "embarrassing" performance in the Celtics' 30-point NBA playoff loss at Cleveland as fuel to rebound on Monday against the Cavaliers. "I thought it was embarrassing," the 21-year-old said Sunday as the Celtics practiced in preparation for game four on Monday. Brown had scored in double digits in the first quarters of the Celtics' game one and game two victories in Boston.

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Celtics disappointed with Game 3, vow better play in Game 4

Marcus Morris thought his defense on LeBron James was "s—," Jaylen Brown said his lack of offensive aggression was "embarrassing," and Al Horford admitted the Boston Celtics were "out of sync" after the team digested film Sunday of their lopsided Game 3 loss to the Cavaliers. "That [Celtics] team we saw [in Game 3], I'm 100 percent sure it won't be the same team on Monday," Morris said.

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Cavs blow out Celtics 116-86, cut series deficit to 2-1

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LeBron James finished with 27 points and 12 assists as the host Cleveland Cavaliers sprung to life with a 116-86 win against the Boston Celtics in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals on Saturday night. Kyle Korver had 14 points and Kevin Love added 13 with 14 rebounds for the Cavaliers, who lost the first two games of the series on the road in Boston. George Hill totaled 13 points, JR Smith had 11 and Tristan Thompson scored 10.

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Cavs blow out Celtics 116-86, cut series deficit to 2-1

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LeBron James finished with 27 points and 12 assists as the host Cleveland Cavaliers sprung to life with a 116-86 win against the Boston Celtics in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals on Saturday night. Kyle Korver had 14 points and Kevin Love added 13 with 14 rebounds for the Cavaliers, who lost the first two games of the series on the road in Boston. George Hill totaled 13 points, JR Smith had 11 and Tristan Thompson scored 10.

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NBA: Don’t try it at home! – LeBron wows with game three passing

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LeBron James was in no mood to play down his own performance after a match-winning display for the Cleveland Cavaliers in game three against the Boston Celtics. The Cavs had been trailing 2-0 in the NBA Eastern Conference finals ahead of their return to Cleveland, but James put up 27 points and 12 assists in a dominant 116-86 victory on Saturday. It was James' passing that really caught the eye and, after running through three of his most impressive moves, he warned that none of them had been easy.

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NBA: Celtics ‘needed to get our butts whooped’ by Cavs, says Rozier

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Boston Celtics guard Terry Rozier believes his side will be better for their game three "butt whooping" at the hands of the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday. The Celtics had been in control of the NBA Eastern Conference finals after two games, but their lead was cut to 2-1 following a 116-86 humbling in Cleveland. LeBron James was the star of the show with 27 points and 12 assists for the Cavs, and Rozier thinks the heavy defeat can act as a wake-up call to take into the rest of the series, starting with game four on Monday.

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LeBron James and the Cavs remind the Celtics what they can do

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Maybe the Boston Celtics win Game 4 of these Eastern Conference finals, maybe they go home and clinch the series in Game 5. The Celtics — who shot 39.2 percent from the floor, 27.3 percent from 3-point range and never led in Saturday’s 116-86 drubbing — couldn’t play worse than they did in Game 3. When LeBron’s teammates show up, the Cavs are unbeatable — in the Eastern Conference, anyway.

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