The Cleveland Cavaliers have finally shook off that post All-Star Game 0-3 slump. After beating the Hornets on Tuesday, they went to the TD Garden, where they lost nine straight games entering last night’s match up. LeBron James and company dominated the Celtics late in what seemed to be a close game for the most part. LBJ had 36 points, nine assists and seven rebounds, Mo Williams scored 14 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter, and Cleveland took control in the second half on their way to a 108-88 victory Thursday night. Cavaliers improved to 20-10 on the road, tying Boston for the best in the NBA, and avenged a 95-89 home loss on opening night. King James has been wearing Hardwood Classic PEs in most recent games, but he switched to something new last night. He laced up an alternative version of the Phantom colorway, but this time his shoes featured a unseen before suede upper. Continue reading for more photos.
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