Fool me once… shame on you…
Fool me twice…….
The Celtics were better early, then LeBron
James and the Cavaliers blew right by them.
Story of this
Story of the season.
James had 36 points, nine assists
and seven rebounds, Mo
Williams scored 14 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter, and
Cleveland dominated the second half in a 108-88 victory Thursday night.
Unable to stop Rajon
Rondo or the Celtics in the first quarter, the Cavaliers turned up
the defense in the fourth, limiting the Celtics to 3-of-21 shooting and
snapping a nine-game losing streak in Boston, counting playoffs.
Hmmmmm… Rajon Rondo was huge early… Mo Williams got hot late… LeBron James finishes with a big number and gets all the credit?
That was the story line February 25th. It was also the story Saturday night. The common denominator: Mo Williams got unreasonably hot and could not be stopped.
So as we head into Game 2 tonight, let's remember that we have now been burned twice by the Flaming Mo… how about putting out that fire quickly if it starts to happen again tonight, huh? If he hits 2 shots in a row, maybe a quick time out to try to put that fire out before he gets into such a crazy rhythm that he's impossible to stop?
I'm sick of this guy torching us.