Cavaliers Vs. Boston 3-3

Cavaliers force game 7

LeBron James had 32 points and 12 rebounds as the Cleveland Cavaliers forced a deciding Game Seven of the Eastern Conference semifinals by sinking the Boston Celtics, 74-69, on Friday night.

Allen needs a reappearing act – and fast

Disappear, that’s what a lot of people think Allen has done in this series, and in the playoffs. His lack of production, the Celtics’ inconsistent play on the road, and some classic home cooking from the officials contributed to the need for a Game 7 tomorrow at TD Banknorth Garden to decide who will play the Detroit Pistons in the Eastern Conference finals.

Big man Allred home at last with Cavs

“In terms of him as a player and a person, he’s off the charts,” said coach Mike Brown. “He’s exactly what we need right now. The reality of it is he’s our 14th or 15th guy, and if I could put in Webster’s what the definition of a 14th or 15th guy is, I’d just put Lance Allred and walk away.


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