I caught up with Cavs power forward Kevin Love following Cleveland’s 123-98 win over the Hawks in Game #2 of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals to get his thoughts on the blowout win and setting an NBA record for most three pointers made in a game by one team, regular season or playoffs.
LeBron James and J.R. Smith talked to the media following the Cavs 123-98 Game #2 win over the Hawks in which the Cavaliers set a new NBA regular season or playoff record for most 3’s made by one team in one game with 25. “Swish” was 7-13 from beyond the arc, while “King James” was 4-6.
LeBron James led the Cavs with 25 points and 9 assists, while Tristan Thompson scored 8 points and pulled down a team high 14 rebounds. Listen to what both had to say following their 104-93 victory over the Hawks in Game #1 of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals.
LeBron James led the Cavs with 27 points, while J.R. Smith scored 21 in Cleveland’s 107-90 win over the Pistons to take a 2 games to none lead in the first round playoff series. Hear’s what the two had to say to the media following the 17 point victory.
After scoring 20 points, grabbing 10 rebounds, dishing out 5 assists and coming away with 5 steals in McKinley’s 51-47 District Championship win over Federal League rival Jackson, LePear Toles put into words what the victory meant to him and how hard he had to work to get it…