Through five games, the average margin of victory in the Eastern Conference Finals has been 18 points. Yet ratings are soaring.
Cavaliers show cracks in Boston again: What the Boston media are saying about 2018 Eastern Conference Finals
by: Tim Bielik, cleveland.com — Cleveland.com 24 May
See what the Boston media had to stay the day after Game 5 of the 2018 Eastern Conference Finals.
by: Bruno Manrique — Clutchpoints 24 May
Jayson Tatum has transcended the meaning of the word “rookie,” becoming the highest scorer of any rookie since 1976, according to HoopsHype. Tatum was meant to be a key player in the Boston Celtics rotation since being drafted with the third overall pick.
by: Tarringo Basile-vaughan — Fansided: Chowder and Champions 24 May
Boston Celtics rookie Jayson Tatum showed up in a big way to help his team regain control of the series in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals. When th...
by: Ryan Phillips — The Big Lead 24 May
Five Karl-Anthony Towns trade scenarios.
by: Dave McMenamin — ESPN 24 May
Facing elimination for the second time this postseason, the three-time NBA champion told ESPN about the lessons he has learned from reading "The Alchemist" during his latest playoff journey.
by: Alonzo Warond — Fadeaway World 24 May
Ever since the Draft lottery went down, there have been a lot of rumors stating that the Phoenix Suns are more than
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports 24 May
Sometimes you forget what you are looking at in Jayson Tatum, a sinewy 6-foot-8, 205-pound forward with a scorer’s touch. You forget that he’s 20, a year removed from playing in the NCAA tournament, two years from high school, when he was a math-taking...
by: A. Sherrod Blakely — CSNNE 24 May
Here are the Stars, Studs and Duds from Boston’s 96-83 Game 5 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
by: Anonymous — Boston Herald 24 May
Cleveland star LeBron James recalled the time when Celtics rookie Jayson Tatum joined the Cavaliers on the practice floor for a team shootaround.Tatum, 20, was eight years old at the time from St. Louis, and well before Duke University and the Celtics...
by: Joshua Schrock — NESN 24 May
BOSTON — Jayson Tatum had yet to put his mark on the Eastern Conference finals, but Brad Stevens knew it would come when the Boston Celtics needed it most — Wednesday in Game 5. The Cel…
by: john.tomase — WEEI: This Just In... 24 May
The Celtics have already broken LeBron James once. It feels like they're about to do it again.On Wednesday night, we saw the future Hall of Famer in a state of vulnerability he almost never exhibits. LeBron James didn't just look tired. He looked...
by: Celtics – CBS Boston — CBS Boston 24 May
Boston's rising star once again showed the poise of a veteran, leading the Celtics with 24 points and propelling them to a 96-83 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5.