BOSTON -- No lead is safe.
No matter how many big leads Brad Stevens' Celtics can obtain, they can't seem to hold on to them. On Wednesday, it was a depleted Oklahoma City Thunder squad. Friday, it was a full-force Cleveland Cavs looking for redemption. LeBron James has taken plenty of heat for his less-than-godly performance this year. He shut those critics up with a consistent and profound 41 point, seven assist performance.
Celtics Hub's Tom Westerholm made his Garden Report debut along with Julian Edlow and host Jared Weiss to break down the final plays in which Rajon Rondo blew it big, and LeBron and Kyrie Irving's dominance. They also broke down the consistently strong play of Kelly Olynyk and Jared Sullinger (lovingly known on this site as Jelly Sullynyk) and analyzed the results of Marcus Smart's absence.
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What caused the Celtics' break down against the Cavs?
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Kyrie Irving lost his mind
LeBron was steadily dominant
Rondo blew it
Lack of energy and intensity
Couldn't adjust gameplan
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