Thursday, May 13, 2010

Cleveland Cavaliers Vs Boston Celtics NBA Playoffs Betting

Boston holds a 3-2 lead in that same round against the Cleveland Cavaliers. But Garnett’s right knee is healthy again and he’s playing some of his best basketball of the season. His offense has picked up and on Tuesday night he directed a defense that shut down LeBron James in a 120-88 rout in Cleveland.

“It’s a different ballgame when you’ve got one of your star players in there,” Davis said in a soft voice after a brief practice Wednesday. “He can carry a team with his actions.”

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Cleveland won Game 3 in Boston 124-95 but lost there two days later 97-87.

“It’s disappointing that we put ourselves in this situation where we have to win,” Jamison said. “If we want to be called champions, we have to do what champions do and that’s win on the road.”

Orlando did that last year in Game 7 of the Eastern semifinals when it won in Boston 101-82.

“It’s a different (opponent)” now, Davis said. “We’ve got KG. We didn’t have Rasheed Wallace. We were kind of short-handed.”

They’re less likely to lose another now that they have Garnett.


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