Isaiah Thomas is talking up a good game heading into Game 2, but will it be enough for the Celtics to even the series?
Previewing and predicting the Eastern Conference Finals matchup between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics.
It has been a long time since the Cleveland Cavaliers played basketball. Finally, they know who their next opponent will be and they can start playing again. It’s been a long time off for fans.
A look around the rest of the NBA as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers get ready for Game 2.
How is such an average-seeming team so good?
The young Boston Celtics and their coach Brad Stevens truly do deserve some credit for pushing the Cavaliers to the brink. If it weren’t for some late three point heroics from Kevin Love and the scrappy play of Tristan Thompson, the Celtics might have punched their ticket back to Cleveland on Thursday night. But the
The Cleveland Cavaliers are suddenly an exciting team to watch. Just like that, after a trade for a two-time All-Star and a double-digit road win – just the third in four seasons – and the season has turned around again. Tonight, they continue their five-game Western Conference road trip in Sacramento. The Kings are 12-22,