Holding on, after accumulating a 20-point lead, late against the Cavaliers allowed Boston to extract revenge on the Cavaliers, 93-90, who stole one in Boston on Sunday night. Anderson Varejao was the story of the night with his 20-20 performance, which included 10 offensive rebounds.
Cleveland wasted no time in setting the tempo early led by Kyrie Irving and Ramon Sessions attacking the basket. Boston continues to over play the screens leading to easy lay ups and dunks for Cleveland’s bigs. Unfortunately for the Cavaliers, Mickael Pietrus is raining threes.
Tonight it is 70’s night at the Quicken Loans arena. When you lose the best player in the league, you become a terrible team. When you are a terrible team, you have to figure out ways to get the fans to come out, even if that means rocking bell bottoms and an afro.
The Celtics bench has come alive in the second quarter pushing the Celtics lead to double digits with contributions from Mickael, E’Twaun Moore, Sasha Pavlovic ...