LeBron James picked a good time to have the best performance of his career. For Miami to advance to the NBA Finals, he'll have to do it again Saturday night.
The story of Thursday's Game 6 is simple: LeBron came to play, and the Celtics did not. After four games of dominance, the Celtics were flat and uninspired, and Paul Pierce couldn't make a shot or stop LeBron from making virtually every one of his.
After Game 6, no one was talking about LeBron's lack of clutch-ness. From the outset on Thursday, the Celtics had no chance—LeBron made that very clear with his unbelievable 30-point performance in the first half. It's rare that one player can