Even LeBron James son is impressed at his tough shots

Even LeBron James son is impressed at his tough shots

The Celtics improved to 10-0 at home this post-season, and Tatum said there's no reason they can't wrap up the series on Friday, even though so far the home team has won every game in the series.

George Hill added 20 points, while Jeff Green and Larry Nance came off the bench to deliver 14 and 10, respectively.

The dogged pursuit found him in a length-of-court footrace Monday night for a loose ball with three Celtics, including Terry Rozier, who was 9 when the Cavaliers' swingman entered the league in 2003. Yet, this Celtics team is just one game away from a trip to the 2018 NBA Finals.

"I think considering what happened in Games 3 and 4 when Tristan was great on the glass and finishing around the basket, to start Baynes with a bigger body, going bigger with him and Horford was pretty good", Cavs coach Ty Lue said after the game". Maybe shade James a little more on this drive, face up to him more on that one. And, of course, two doting parents and a support system that includes his godfather, Larry Hughes, the who starred for one season at St. Louis U. before embarking on an National Basketball Association career that began in 1998 and ended in 2012.

At home, Boston has been a completely different team out hustling Cleveland, Philadelphia and Milwaukee on both ends.

Fortunately, the Cavaliers have returned home to play Game 6 in the friendly confines of Quicken Loans Arena, where the team is 2-0 against the Celtics and 7-1 over the first three rounds of the 2018 NBA Playoffs. They studied annotated film from the last game.

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This trend continued on Wednesday night, as the Cavs fell to Boston in Game 5, falling behind, 3-2, in the series.

Lue was more candid than was his usual custom after the game, opining that his superstar and meal ticket, L. James, "looked a little exhausted to me, yes".

"We've got to be focused, composed and play with a lot of poise and we'll be fine", he said, clearly up for the challenge. "I don't know that anybody could guess this as a rookie, but you knew he was going to be really good". "I think everybody at this point is exhausted or worn down".

Game 2 was the most unique game of the series. The Celtics prefer to defend the Cavaliers one-on-one, and since Cleveland has no other one-on-one scorer besides James - which is why they miss Kyrie Irving more than the Celtics do - the offense becomes too one-dimensional.

- Finally, if Tatum scores 41 more points, he'll set the new record for most postseason points by a rookie.

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