LeBron James Reveals How He Feels Heading Into Game 6 vs. Celtics

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Stevens' Boston Celtics lost Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals to the Cleveland Cavaliers 109-99 on Friday night.

During the third quarter, James asserted his dominance in a pretty significant way, owning Terry Rozier with a vicious chase-down block on a would-be layup attempt.

James said earlier this year that he didn't intend to play every game of the season, things just worked out that way. I think there's a chance for them to become a part of the future, but in the present, LeBron's workload was clearly outsized, especially when you consider that Kevin Love basically missed the last two games of the series getting knocked out of Game 6 in the first quarter and then missing Game 7 altogether. "But more importantly, just the work that I put into it".

Jeff Green had 19 points and eight rebounds, JR Smith scored 12 points and Tristan Thompson had 10 points and nine boards for the Cavaliers.

He departed the game with less than a minute remaining to a frenzied ovation.

"Yeah, every time we watch".

The Cavs held a double-digit lead throughout the third quarter before Boston got within a touchdown in the fourth quarter. He scored the Cavs' opening basket and never looked back, finishing with 46 points, 11 rebounds, nine assists and three steals. "We can't just rely on being at home for an excuse that it's going to be easy".

Cavaliers: Won their seventh straight playoff game at home.

However, now that the end of the season is near, it's even more pertinent to brood on what a Cleveland loss prior to making the NBA Finals would mean for LeBron's future.

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His eighth straight NBA Finals sets up as one of his most hard, flanked by a largely unheralded set of teammates who force him to do much more at 33 than most other players are ever asked. The Warriors won Game 3 on Sunday night by 41, the largest margin of victory in franchise history.

James has said he'll sit down after the season ends to decide next move, and he's already being courted in Philadelphia, Los Angeles and NY where fans can only dream of him joining their rosters.

"We'll just play who we play", Stevens said. The Celtics actually shot 50% from the floor, a chunk of that coming too late in the wide-open fourth quarter (word to the wise: wide open always seems to favor LeBron).

The big question however was the play of All-Star big man Al Horford who could only add 6 points on 2-9 shooting.

"I felt some pain throughout my entire right side of my ankle into my leg", he said.

"We've still got to come out aggressive and play Celtics basketball", he said.

Just a few minutes into the game, Kevin Love and Jayson Tatum accidentally clashed heads as Tatum tried to navigate a Love screen.

Celtics coach Brad Stevens considered changing his starting lineup, but made a decision to stick with the same first five - Brown, Jayson Tatum, Marcus Morris, Al Horford, and Terry Rozier - as the first three games.

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