LeBron James said there isn’t a rivalry between Cleveland and Boston.
Could have fooled me Easter Sunday.
Now forget about the Cavaliers beating up on the Celtics by 31 points. Even the best teams get blown out. Although Boston beat Cleveland in seven games in the Eastern Conference semifinals last year, it was the first time the two teams met in the playoffs with James wearing a Cleveland uniform.
But when Ray Allen and Anderson Varejao got after it in the second half Sunday, that looked like two teams that don’t like each other.