Sport Twitter reacts to Cavs crushing Celtics in record first half

05:22  20 may  2017
05:22  20 may  2017 Source:   Larry Brown Sports

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The Cleveland Cavaliers clearly were not satisfied with their 13-point easy win in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celtics. They decided to come out with even more focus in Game 2.

The Cavs came out blazing in the first half of Game 2, shooting 59.1 percent from the field while holding Boston to 26.8 percent. Cleveland was up by 40 points with a few minutes left in the half, which was incredible, and they took a 72-31 lead into the half. The 41-point margin at the half was the largest in playoff history.

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James scored at will in the first half and the Cavs built a 26-point lead. The Cavs hold a 33-4 playoff record against Eastern Conference opponents (16-3 on the road). Celtics : Finished with 14 turnovers, and were outrebounded 32-27. …

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The Celtics were so bad they got booed in the first half:

The internet probably wasn’t shocked about the result, but they definitely brought the jokes. Here’s a look at some of the best comments we saw about the Cavaliers’ first-half beatdown of the Celtics:

This is exactly why the Celtics didn’t bother trading for Jimmy Butler prior to the deadline, and exactly why their owner made this comment.

The Warriors Are Heavily Favorites To Beat The Cavs In Game 1 Of The NBA Finals .
The Warriors are big-time favorites in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.The Golden State Warriors are 12-0 in NBA playoffs and now they're set for a rubber match with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. The Cavs just blasted the Boston Celtics in five games and are 12-1 in the playoffs so far. Oh, and they have the best player on the planet in LeBron James. Despite that, the Warriors are heavily favored to win Game 1 at home next Thursday.

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