Angry Eggs: Cavs-Celtics Easter highlights

Ray Allen’s 33 points prevented the Celtics from another collapse, as the Cavaliers rallied from a 22-point second half deficit before falling 117-113 in Boston Sunday. Here are highlights of a testy game, which featured five technicals and an ejection, as well as plenty of jaw-jacking.

LeBron had one of the worst shooting performances of his career, finishing 0-of-9 from 3-point range, including a missed 3 in the closing second that would have given the Cavs the lead. He also missed eight free throws.

The Celtics performance on the court and mad-at-the-world attitude is very reminiscent of the Detroit Pistons several years ago in the twilight of their Eastern Conference dominance.

The end is near.

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One response to “Angry Eggs: Cavs-Celtics Easter highlights

  1. I must say, even I enjoyed watching that game.

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