Annihilated the Bulls, Cavaliers to the Eastern Conference Finals

Annihilated the Bulls, Cavaliers to the Eastern Conference Finals

Annihilated the Bulls, Cavaliers to the Eastern Conference Finals

Annihilated the Bulls, Cavaliers to the Eastern Conference Finals

Jakarta – Cleveland Cavaliers managed to advance to the Eastern Conference finals. Cavs crush resistance Chicago Bulls 4-2 on convincing 94-73 victory in six games in the best of seven fights.

Challenging Bulls at the United Center on Friday (05/15/2015), the stars Cavaliers did not appear too dominant. LeBron James 15 points, 11 assists while Kyrie Irving just six points. Tristan Thompson scored another double-double thanks to 13 points, 17 rebounds.

For LeBron, this is the fifth consecutive Finals after four previously listed him with the Miami Heat. “I do everything for my team, do everything to colleagues setimku,” said the owner of two NBA championship rings on ESPN.

“I want them (Cavaliers) can feel this moment. This is why I came back here.”

Jimmy Butler became the highest top scorer in the Bulls after 20 points. Derrick Rose had 14 points and Joakim Noah gain 4 points, 11 assists.

Cavs now just waiting for the winner of the duel between Atlanta Hawks against the Washington Wizards. For a while the Hawks a 3-2 lead.

Clippers vs. Rockets Continues to Gim Seventh

Houston Rockets re-appear neat to beat the LA Clippers 119-107. These results make the position back by 3-3 so teams will qualify for the Western Conference Finals will be decided in seventh games.

“They beat us and play the way they want,” said Clippers forward Blake Griffin. “We have to learn from this game and rise again.”

“We have a chance to win this fight and play the way we should play.”

During 42 minutes on the pitch Staples Center, Griffin had 28 points for the Clippers. Chris Paul appears okay with 31 points, 11 assists, and 15 points contributed J. J Redick.

Dwight Howard inspired Rockets victory after gain 20 points and 21 rebounds. James Harden scored 23 points, and Josh Smith added 19 points.