Tonight Lebron James and Cleveland Cavaliers will be out to mirror the records of Golden State Warriors when they take on Boston Celtics at TD Garden Arena tonight.
Golden State Warriors have gone on to win 10 of their postseason games and Cleveland Cavaliers who have also won 9 so far will be out to equal the record as both teams prepare to face off again in the championship finals for the third time in a row.
James starred with 38 points, nine rebounds and seven assists as the Cavs posted a 117-104 victory at TD Garden on Wednesday in the game 1 while Isaiah Thomas could only drop (17 points and 10 assists).
Isaiah Thomas may have ended the game as the third highest scorer for Celtics on the night behind Avery Bradley (21 points) and Jae Crowder (21 points) but the 5′ 9″ point guard showed he could do a job in the ‘D’ when he stopped Akron-born 6′ 8″ tall Lebron James who made easy baskets all night long.
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