Cavaliers tie Lakers with NBA postseason record 13th straight win
Cleveland clobber Celtics by 44 in Game 2 to go up 2-0 in the Eastern Conference finals
That, however, is not what happened, not in the slightest.
LeBron James and the Cavs put forth one of the most dominant games in recent memory -- regular or postseason -- as they took the Celtics apart, going up by 50 at one point before winning by 44.
With the win, Cleveland remains undefeated in this season's playoffs, moving to 10-0 as they march towards a third straight trip to the Finals. In addition to simply just being an impressive feat, this victory was a historic one. In addition to their 10 wins this postseason, the Cavs -- as you may remember -- won three straight games to closeout the Finals last postseason, giving them 13 straight playoff wins, which ties the Los Angeles Lakers for the most all-time.
Judging by the first two games, it doesn't seem that the Cavaliers will have any trouble making it 14 wins in a row on Sunday night during Game 3.
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