Celtics Run Away from Cavs In Third Quarter For Game Two Win


The Celtics overcame an incredible  individual effort from LeBron James to pull out an 107-94 win over the  Cavaliers in Game Two of the Eastern Conference finals at TD Garden.   Boston won by 13 after trailing by nine early in the third quarter for a  22-point swing.  Terry Rozier helped turn the game with 14 of his 18  points during the 12 minutes out of halftime.  Jaylen Brown scored a  team-high 23 as the Celtics took a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven  series.  James exploded for a 42-point, 12-assist, 10-rebound  triple-double after a poor performance in Game One.  He helped the Cavs  to a strong start with 21 in the first quarter.  They led by as many as  11 in the opening half.  Game Three is Saturday in Cleveland.

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