Cavaliers Lose Game Four Because of Mike Brown’s Inept Coaching

May 9th, 2010 by Aaron Green Leave a reply »

Brace yourself Cavaliers fans, we’re in for a fight.


The Celtics tied the best-of-seven series at two with a Game Four victory in Boston, 97-87.


Rajon Rondo led the Celtics with his fourth career triple-double in the playoffs. It seems the Cavs have no answer for Rondo, he is torching Cleveland in the series, averaging 19.3 points per game to along with 13 assists.


I suppose that’s the next acquisition for Cleveland GM Danny Ferry, somebody who can guard Rondo and stop his penetration, because I think it’s obvious that Mo Williams is not getting the job done.


Rondo’s triple-double performance was not the only reason for the Cavaliers defeat—it seemed like Boston wanted it more.


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