Twitter reacts to LeBron James, Cavs forcing Game 7 in Boston

Cavaliers players LeBron James and George Hill

As we’ve seen all series long, the Cleveland Cavaliers were a different team at home compared to the miserable wreck they’ve been on the road in Boston. Thanks to the efforts of LeBron James (and his rejuvenated teammates), this series has been pushed to Game 7 in Boston Sunday night.

James led all scorers in this one, finishing with 46 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists, and he hit the dagger in this one.

King James also made one of his signature chase-down blocks that had our jaws on the floor, and then he amused some fans with a huge reaction to getting banged up, prompting some hilarious posts on social media.

Terry Rozier and Jaylen Brown both had big games in the loss, going for 28 and 7 points, respectively.

Now, if Cleveland is going to make it to its fourth straight NBA Finals, it has to do something it has yet to do in this series. It has to win in Boston. And the Cavs might be without Kevin Love, who was knocked out of Game 6 with a possible concussion.

Needless to say, Game 7 is setting up to be quite the dramatic scene on Sunday night. Twitter had plenty to say about that, and about the man that sent this series to the brink.