The King was very complimentary of the city of Boston after his Cavaliers went up 3-0 in the Eastern Conference series.
The Celtics have been applauded for hanging around in each of their games against Cleveland, but head coach Brad Stevens wasn’t very happy with his team’s effort on Thursday night.
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“I feel like we’ve got a great chance of winning Game 3. We’ve been in the game. I think we’re due for a win now.”
As the series now shifts to Boston, Brad Stevens must devise a plan to turn the tides and give his team what they have earned but haven’t accomplished through two games — a win.
Evan Turner let everyone know that he wasn’t pleased with a couple of late foul calls by Bennett Salvatore in the Celtics Game 2 loss to the Cavaliers.
They may be down 0-2, but Adam Jones was encouraged by what he saw from the Celtics in Game 2 against the Cavaliers.
Here are a few takeaways from the Cavaliers’ 99-91 win in Game 2.
The Cavaliers fought off a late charge from Isaiah Thomas and the Celtics to take a 2-0 series lead.