The Boston Celtics did the unthinkable on Sunday, as the C’s beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 111-108, closing the Cavs’ advantage in the Eastern Conference Finals to 2-1.
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So, do we HAVE A SERIES YET?
Probably not. The Celtics avoided the sweep, but that’s about it. It was the first bad game for Lebron James in quite some time. He shot 4-for-13 from the field, scoring 11 points with six rebounds, six assists, and six turnovers.
For Boston the real hero was Marcus Smart, who made seven 3s and scored 27 on 14 shots.
The Cavs had won a record 13 consecutive postseason games, dating back to last year’s NBA Finals.