Friday night’s Eastern Conference Finals Game 6 between the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers has been pretty lopsided since the first quarter as LeBron James and Co. have been dominating their rival.
During the third quarter, James asserted his dominance in a pretty significant way, owning Terry Rozier with a vicious chase-down block on a would-be layup attempt.
We’ve seen this type of impact play throughout the course of James’ 15-year career, but they never fail to wow.
The Cavaliers are currently up by 15 points, 67-52, midway through the third quarter, playing without Kevin Love, no less. They appear to be destined to push this to a Game 7 in Boston.