LeBron’s pregame dance that pumped him up for Game 2
Last night, the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers handed the Boston Celtics their worst home playoff defeat in a 130-86 Game 2 smashing. In fact, it was the largest margin of victory by any team in the Eastern Conference Finals and Boston’s worst postseason home loss in their storied franchise history. To be blunt, the Cavs simply dismantled the No. 1 seeded Celtics to take a 2-0 series lead.
Prior to Game 2, Cavaliers superstar small forward LeBron James was seen dancing his way through the tunnel inside TD Garden. It seems The King was feeling good about his team’s chances.
It was at this exact moment that I knew the Celtics stood no chance tonight. pic.twitter.com/o9R5jHRvcA
— Trey Rodriguez (@TreyRodriguez_) May 20, 2017
James went on to finish with his eight straight 30-point performance in Game 2, scoring 30 points (12-of-18 field, 4-of-6 from downtown), seven assists, four rebounds, four steals, and three blocks in his 33 minutes of playing time.
LeBron James has tied Michael Jordan for most consecutive playoff games with 30 or more points. pic.twitter.com/iuqcQSqImI
— TSN (@TSN_Sports) May 20, 2017
Game 3 is set for Sunday at 8:30 p.m. on TNT. We’ll just have to wait and see if James and the Cavs can continue to assert their dominance.