◼️ James scored a triple-double with 42 points for the Cavs, but Boston returned to prevail at home, by 107-94. The series resumes on Saturday in Cleveland.
After a bad first game in the NBA East Conference final, LeBron James woke up on Tuesday and scored a triple-double (the 22nd of his Playoff career) of 42 points, 12 assists, and 10 rebounds. However, Cleveland Cavaliers (4) could not take a win from the home of the Boston Celtics (2), who were 2-0 ahead thanks to the win by 107-94.
The King finished with 16 of 29 field goals (5-11 in 3-pointers) and was fundamental for a first part favorable to those of Tyronn Lue, with partial of 27-23 and 28-25. However, in the second half, the Celtics went back to going full charge against at the Cleveland defense with their rotations and their long possessions.
The third game of the series will be played next Saturday at the Quicken Loan Arena in Cleveland. This Wednesday, Houston Rockets receives Golden State Warriors for the second game of the West finals, leading 1-0.