With the Cleveland Indians falling to the Chicago Cubs, it’s up to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers to bring another title home to C-Land. They’ll continue their attempt at back-to-back championships by facing the Boston Celtics on Nov. 3. Click to watch!
The Cleveland Cavaliers will put their undefeated streak on the line when they host the Boston Celtics at the Quicken Loans Arena in beautiful Cleveland, Ohio. Will Isaiah Thomas, 25, and Amir Johnson, 29, help Boston in handing the Cavs their first loss, or will the defending NBA Champs stay golden? The game is scheduled for 8:00 PM EST so be sure to see every thrilling second.
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The Win and Gold have pulled a Golden State Warriors and have gone undefeated in the first four games of the season. The last time the Cavs went 5-0 was in 1976, when they made an 8-0 start, according to NBA.com. Can LeBron James, 31, Tristan Thompson, 25, and Kyrie Irving, 24, get close to topping Steph Curry, 28, and the Golden State Warriors record-setting 24-0 start?
It might just happen. Not only has Cleveland nailed 52 3-pointers in the first four games of the season, more than the Dubs and the rest of the league. Plus, Boston will be without Al Horford, 30, for this game, according to SB Nation. The Celtics power forward is still in the concussion protocol. His offensive strength was missed in the Celtics match against the Chicago Bulls. The band from Boston squeaked by with a 107-100 win.
With Al on the bench, Cavs coach Tryonn Lue, 39, move Kevin Love to cover Amir Johnson while keeping Khloe Kardashian’s, 32, bae, Tristan Thompson, on the more mobile Paul Millsap, 31. Defense wins championships, and since both teams are struggling on defensive rebound rates, this might be a game for each squad to work out the kinks.
Who do you think will win this match, HollywoodLifers? Will the unbeaten streak remain, or will Boston give Cleveland another reason to cry?