Tyronn Lue: LeBron James Will Be Great in Game 6

Tyronn Lue: LeBron James Will Be Great in Game 6

James had 46 points in his side's 109-99 win over the Boston Celtics.

LeBron James, who you may have heard stole the show with 46 points, 11 rebounds, and nine assists, suffered a right leg injury with 8:25 in the fourth quarter when Nance fell into him.

LeBron James produced another epic playoff performance Friday as the Cleveland Cavaliers stayed alive in the National Basketball Association playoffs with a 109-99 victory over the Boston Celtics. I mean, best player in the game.

Trailing 97-90, Marcus Smart out-wrestled James for a loose ball that led to a transition scoring opportunity for Brown whose 3-pointer hit the back of the rim and bounced out.

James now has 13 career playoff games with at least 40 points, 10 rebounds, and five assists, the most such games in National Basketball Association postseason history.

According to Lloyd, Love says his status for the winner-take-all-game is a "toss-up" after he spent the majority of Game 6 in the locker room being evaluated for a concussion.

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LeBron can add more to his greatness on Monday in Game 7 of the series in Boston. In the three games in Cleveland, Hill averaged 15.3 points on 53 percent shooting. Seventeen of those points came in the second quarter, when he made his first three 3-pointers of the game and attempted his first six free throws. The Cavaliers also lost Kevin Love midway through the quarter after a scary collision with Boston's Jayson Tatum.

But, the Cavs struck back with a 34-18 advantage in the second quarter, including a 20-4 run, to take a 54-43 lead into halftime. Overall, the Cavs shot 47.1 percent from the field, including 39.1 percent from beyond the arc.

"Yeah, every time we watch".

There were about four minutes left to play when Brown missed the 3-pointer, but Boston could not get any closer the rest of the way.

Terry Rozier scored 28 points to lead the Celtics, who are trying to return to the NBA Finals for the first time since 2010. Cleveland out-rebounded them 44-to-31 and had 15 offensive boards.

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