The Cavaliers wasted no time and got to work on securing another W, in the series. LeBron dominated the entire game with 30 points, 7 assists, 4 steals, 4 rebounds, and 3 blocks. We see you Bron.
By halftime the Cavs had a 41-point lead with no chance of letting up. Everyone could see early on that this game was a runaway win for the Cavaliers.
One can’t help but question, how would this series would’ve been if the Washington Wizards would have advanced?
Bradley Beal of the Wizards certainly feels that way. In an interview with Comcast Sportsnet Beal says
“Cleveland didn’t want to see us,” he said. “I always said that. ”I felt like that’s the reason they didn’t play us in the second round.
Either way, last nights Game 2 match up was not what the viewing audience expected.
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