Cavs to Bounce Back
In order to make their way back into the Easter Conference semifinal, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers only need one more quarter. James did impress the audience with his set of score by hitting a 21 out of 38 points in the very first quarter.
James finished with 8 rebounds and 7 assists and showed no signs of any previous elbow problems. Those 21 points were a sign of a postseason record and for LeBron James; he is here to play basketball, instead of letting people talk about the elbow thing. That’s what I call true sportsmanship and concentration, as LeBron is trying to make a difference by contributing as much as he possibly can.
Shaquille O’Neal added 12 points and Antwan Jamison added 20 points and 12 rebounds for Cleveland Cavaliers. Coach Mike Brown said that it was great seeing LeBron after he set the tone from the jump – seeing this, the rest of the team just followed his lead.
James did have a black sleeve on his right elbow, but he still managed to jab a few shots with his left hand, by the end of Cavalier’s first round against Chicago. James is hoping to get fully recovered in a minimum amount of time so that he can give his 100% to the game, with full dedication and vigor.