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Cleveland blasts Boston behind LeBron’s 36 Points

LeBron James (AP)

The Cleveland Cavaliers, playing the first of back-to-back road games in the northeast, defeats Boston, 108-88 on Thursday night on TNT.

LeBron James led the way with 36 points and 9 assists. Anderson Verajao controlled the boards with 10.

The NBA’s best team, the Cavs, trailed most of the first half, 31-21 at the end of one quarter and 56-48 at the half.

They began to take control in the 3rd quarter as they limited Boston, who was playing without Paul Pierce, to only 18 points to lead, 73-72. And won the game with a dominating 4th quarter, outscoring Boston 35-14.

Boston was led by Ray Allen with 21 points, Kevin Garnett led the way with  10 rebounds. The season’s series is tied at 1-1 with each team winning on each other’s court.

The Boston Celtics have been a hot-and-cold team all season. They start a game hot, building up double-digit leads behind a high-octane offense and a sulfocating defense. Then in the second half, they have no energy left. Usually, they can win a game despite not playing complete games, but when they play the NBA’s elite teams like Cleveland, Orlando and the Lakers, you can win the game in the first half.

Cleveland center Shaquille O’Neal left the game with a sprained thumb.

Tonight, the Cavaliers visit the Quebec province of Toronto. Game time is 7:00 pm.

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