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Celtics jump out to a 22-4 lead against the Cavaliers on their way to leading 28-10 after one behind Avery Bradley's 2-3 from 3 and eight points. Andrew Bynum was a metaphor for Cleveland's season in the quarter finishing 0-4 including a miserable seven foot left handed jump hook that was not only short but right of the rim which led to a Jordan Crawford to Jeff Green alley oop.

After this miscue Mike Brown sat Bynum for the rest of the half as The C's led 55-39 behind 18 from Jeff Green.

Cavaliers continued their awfulness in the third quarter falling behind the Celtics 79-58. Jeff Green, building on his stellar performance against Memphis, had 27 after 3.

Celts cruised the rest of the way. Final Score: Boston 103 Cleveland 86

Game notes:

Jeff Green finished with 31 and five rebounds.

Avery Bradley had a great game shooting 9-11 including 3-4 from distance: 21 points

Jordan Crawford showing his non-scoring abilities with a triple double. 11 points 11 rebounds and 10 assists.

Dion Waiters, who is on the trading block, had 21 and 6 assists for Cleveland

Cavs 1-9 on the road for the season.

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Clint Corey 11/29/2013 09:57:00 PM Edit
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