Celtics Look To End King James’ and the Cavaliers Season Tonight

May 13th, 2010 by Daniel Dinunzio Leave a reply »
It's now or never for Lebron James and what could potentially be his last game as a Cleveland Cavalier.  He played brillantly throughout the regular season leading the Cavs to the best record in the NBA.

What a shame that such an accomplishment means absolutely nothing if the Cavs fail to come back from this 3-2 deficit they face heading into Game 6 in Boston tonight.  Lebron James has to come out and dominate from the start or else his team could be in for a tough night.

This Celtics team is finally healthy and playing like a team that wants to win another NBA Title.  There have been various points in this season where this team left a perplexed look of confusion and frustration on the face of celtics fans.

Right now there are a whole lot of smiles, but don't be fooled the Celtics still need to go out and win one more game, before anybody can start thinking about the Eastern Conference Finals.

What I saw out of Lebron James on Tuesday night was one of his worst performances of his career in a game he had to perform in.  He let down his teammates, fans, and owners but that will all be forgiven if they win tonight a ...

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