CAVS Regain the Top Spot in the East Outclass Boston Celtics

NBA - The Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics are two of the best teams in the East Conference battling for the last time this season to determine on which is really the best team in the East and possibly the winner will hold the best record in the East as the season near its end?

The Boston Celtics are the hottest team in the East and also the favorite to win against the visiting Cavaliers. The Celtics is currently tied in 1st spot along with the Cavaliers in the East Standings with 50 wins and 27 losses, a win for either of these two teams will regain a solo lead at the East Standings.

The Cavaliers are facing a back to back games where they played yesterday against the Orlando Magic and now facing a well-rested Celtics in their home court at TD Arena. But the Cavaliers did not make any excuses as the team rose to the occasion, making a statement that despite their recent struggles with multiple losses, especially having their worst records for the month of March with 6 wins and 10 losses, they came prepared as they outclass Celtics in their final regular season meetings 114 – 91.

The win gives the Cavaliers a 3 – 1 advantage against the Celtics in their head to head match this season, if both teams end tied at the end of the regular season with four games remaining for both teams, the Cavaliers will take the top spot due to head to head advantage.

LeBron James leads the Cavaliers in a blowout win against the Celtics with 36 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assist, an impressive performance where great player shows in important games. James posted 19 points in the 1st half of the game where he scores 15 points in the 2nd quarter that started the Cavs to pull away in the game up to 2nd half.

While, the Celtics lead by point guard Isiah Thomas drops 26 points, 4 rebounds and 6 assists. The Cavaliers remaining games are Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Hawks, Miami Heat and Toronto Raptors will the Cavaliers hold on the # 1 spot or will the Celtics regain the top spot?