Can the Boston Celtics Really Upset the Cavaliers? It’s Easier Than You Think

May 4th, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
LeBron James is the most complete player in the NBA, and the league's MVP, but despite all of his considerable talent, the fate of the Cleveland Cavaliers' series with the Boston Celtics is out of his hands.

James still managed to score 24 points and snare seven rebounds, despite the pain from a sore elbow, and unless his injury makes it impossible to play, it is a near certainty he will have a significant impact on each game.

But if Boston guard Rajon Rondo is able to duplicate his play from Monday night's home court-stealing Celtics' win, it may not matter what James does, because Rondo just happens to be the most talented guard in the series.

If you don't believe me, I'm sure Cavaliers' guard Mo Williams will be more than willing to back up my assumption, and if not, his four point performance on 1-9 shooting while logging 35 minutes should be evidence enough.

Rondo's defensive effort on Williams was exemplary for sure, but the rest of the Cavaliers' guards didn't fare much better as Anthony Parker and Delonte West teamed with Williams to score a combined 14 points for the evening.

If that isn't bad enough, Rondo a ...

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