Things are heating up in the dirty south, as LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will face the Atlanta Hawks in Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs on May 8. This will be good and HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every second! Click to watch.
Steph Curry, 27, Draymond Green, 26 and the rest of the Golden State Warriors better take notice: LeBron James, 31, and the Cleveland Cavaliers are on a roll. The Cavs and the Atlanta Hawks will continue their battle in the NBA Playoffs, taking it to the court for some of the best basketball around.
One of the hottest series of the NBA playoffs will kick it up a notch when the Cavs roll into Atlanta to meet the Hawks at the Philips Arena on May 8. Judging by the previous games in this series, Game 4 is going to be intense! The action kicks off at 3:30 P.M. EST so be ready to see every thrilling second!
The Cavs kicked off this series with two devastating victories over the Hawks. Game 2 was particularly brutal, as the Cavs set the record for most three-pointers in any game (regular and postseason.) The team shot 25-45 from the three-point line, according to NBA.com, nailing 56% of the shots. 10 players on the Cavs squad named at least one three-pointer. Show your support for Cleveland by getting a Cavaliers jersey here.
When the barrage was over, the game was 123-98. Cleveland almost won by 30 points! Thankfully, the series returned to Atlanta, allowing the Hawks to rest up at home. I think [the Hawks]…are looking forward to playing in Atlanta,” coach Mike Budenholzen, 46, said, per ESPN. Let your love of the Hawks soar high with an official Atlanta basketball jersey.
Going into Game 3, coach Mike said that his team was “pissed off” at their performance, and that there was “a certain degree of frustration.” Well, considering that the Hawks had one of the best starting line-ups in the NBA, per SB Nation, only to be embarrassed like that? No wonder they’re frustrated.
The winner of this series goes on to face either the Miami Heat or the Toronto Raptors in the NBA’s Eastern Conference Championship. There’s a good chance LeBron will face his former Miami squad for a rematch of last year’s NBA Finals with the Warriors. So much drama – so much excitement!
Who do you think is going to win this match, HollywoodLifers?