Boston Beats Cavs 104-86 in Game 2

The window hasn't closed on the Boston Celtics. It's still wide open. Rajon Rondo tied a team playoff record with 19 assists, Ray Allen scored 22 points and the Celtics, showing they're still very dangerous despite their years, opened a 25-point lead in the fourth and then survived Cleveland's comeback for a 104-86 win on Monday night to even their ... Full Story
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MDC

Cleveland, OH

#1 May 3, 2010
It will be another year that the Cavs will come up short and
we will hear the same old tune (Next Year)This is the true story
of Cleveland.
educated mom

Akron, OH

#2 May 3, 2010
we were there. it was awful. The cavs couldn't seem to hang onto the ball or put it thru the hoop. sloppy tonight.
Sam

Pickerington, OH

#3 May 4, 2010
I think lebron is hurt worse than he is letting anyone know. Time to let him rest and let someone else play
JCU Dave

Solon, OH

#4 May 4, 2010
Expected... Cavs in 6 still my opinion
Jim S

United States

#5 May 4, 2010
I think its time for the Cavs to come clean and tell everyone what LeBron's elbow problems really are. How much can we count on him for whatever is left of the playoffs? Right now the team is playing four-on-five and that's not fair to the rest of the team. Hey Mike, its time to put the chew down and make some REAL coaching decisions.
Brenda

Philadelphia, PA

#6 May 4, 2010
Can't win them all. Oh, well, GO CAVS!!!!!!!
Carl Jenkins

Barberton, OH

#7 May 4, 2010
Quite simply the Cavs are poorly coached. Time and time again I've watched and just scratched my head. Mike Brown has no clue what he's doing. I could easily sit here and type example after example of his poor coaching abilities and decisions, but that would take far more time than I want to put into this. All season long the Cavs have "cruised" through the game thinking/knowing that they could turn up the heat and tempo at will and beat their opponent. Last night they got a wake up call that they are not facing the same level of competition. This in and of itself is another example of poor coaching. Brown having allowed this casual attitude during the season created the problem we saw last night.
ttt

North Ridgeville, OH

#8 May 4, 2010
Come on Boston, smoke em!!!
ZZZZZZZZZZZ

AOL

#9 May 4, 2010
ttt wrote:
Come on Boston, smoke em!!!
Go away you pillow-biter.
Kevin T

Cleveland, OH

#10 May 4, 2010
ofcourse we're going to win the whole thing, bad elbow or not. it's our time.-side note- Wayne your slippin, I expected you to be killed over on the couch (jokingly ofcourse) when they did the segment about beautiful women being bad for your heart, knowing your next to those two beautiful ladies everyday.
Heather

Beachwood, OH

#11 May 4, 2010
Has anyone considered that the team may have celebrated LBJ's MVP award a bit too much on Sunday and the focus of intensity that is normally in their eyes was missing do to the award presentation again on Monday??? I believe they will come back with a vengeance!!!! Go CAV's!!!!!
Big Daryle

Lakewood, OH

#12 May 4, 2010
The Cavs had better get it going, they could very easily be behind 2-0.
Tiffany

Bronx, NY

#13 May 4, 2010
I hope no one sleeps on the celtics.The celtics are in it to win it.Last year was rough because they had injuries,but this year they playing hard,and Lebron and the cav's cant stop them,they wont stop them.
Its boston b!tch.
Pinebeetle

Denver, CO

#14 May 4, 2010
If the Cavs lose, the Cavs lose Lebron.
Babs

Valley City, OH

#15 May 4, 2010
Disappointing Cleveland year after year. Hey Lebron, You could do the same thing in a Browns uniform.
JCU Dave

Solon, OH

#16 May 4, 2010
Pinebeetle wrote:
If the Cavs lose, the Cavs lose Lebron.
Denver doesn't need to worry about meeting up with the Cavs, they just need to wonder who's going to pick them off this year.
Pinebeetle

Denver, CO

#17 May 4, 2010
JCU Dave wrote:
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Denver doesn't need to worry about meeting up with the Cavs, they just need to wonder who's going to pick them off this year.
Yes we lost in the first round again, what's that got to do with Lebron?
JCU Dave

Solon, OH

#18 May 4, 2010
Absolutely Nothing, just a friendly sports jab.. :o)
GiGi

Waukesha, WI

#19 May 4, 2010
Heather wrote:
Has anyone considered that the team may have celebrated LBJ's MVP award a bit too much on Sunday and the focus of intensity that is normally in their eyes was missing do to the award presentation again on Monday??? I believe they will come back with a vengeance!!!! Go CAV's!!!!!
I agree~When LBJ was awarded the MVP last year- facing same team, same game, same result! They will bounce back & take the series!

My son lives in Boston- A HUGE CAVS fan, He will be sitting right behind the Cetics bench wearing his Cavs gear!
JJJ007

Willoughby, OH

#20 May 4, 2010
All you nay sayers are ridiculous. You'll be the same ones writing how awesome "your" cavs are once they win it all. They are by far the best team in the league. LBJ is the best player to ever play the game, and Mike Brown is a GREAT coach.

They lose one game and this bs already starts... GET A LIFE!

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