2010 NBA Playoffs: Cavs Comeback Too Little Too Late in Game Two Loss

May 3rd, 2010 by Bob Evans Leave a reply »
It looks like LeBron and the Cavaliers partied a little too hard after his MVP ceremony yesterday in Akron.

The Cleveland Cavaliers were out-hustled, out-manned, and out-played by the Boston Celtics in game two of the best of seven series.

Rajon Rondo and Rasheed Wallace were the main contributors in the thrashing of the Cleveland Cavaliers in front of their home crowd.

Rondo dished out 19 assists, while Wallace hit three three-pointers en route to his 17-point contribution off the bench.

The "Big Three" were held in check for the majority of the night as Garnett and Pierce often found themselves in foul trouble, however they did manage to combine for 54 of the Celtics 104 points.

The tale of this game was the constant lack of energy, focus, and aggressiveness of the Cleveland Cavaliers.

LeBron James, as far as I can remember, did not take the ball to the hole more than once prior to the fourth quarter.

He looked uncomfortable at times, as it became more apparent that his elbow was bothering him much more than in game one.

The rest of the Cavaliers' starting lineup must have forgot that ...

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