Cavaliers finished off the Boston Celtics in another overwhelming victory with the score of 135-102.
Cavs started with a bad intention as they immediately worked in the first quarter scoring 43 points disheartening the Celtics crowd. The onslaught continued on the second half as the Cavaliers finished off the first half breaking another franchise record with the most point in the half with 75 points.
The 3rd quarter is when the Celtics dug its own grave scoring only 17 points against 34 points of the Cavaliers.
LeBron James scored 35 points with 8 assists, 8 rebound and a milestone for becoming the leading all-time scorer in the playoffs surpassing the great Michael Jordan.
The series ended with 4 -1 in favor of the Cavs and they set up a grudge match in the main event of the NBA.