Cavs to level in Game 4


Cleveland host Boston in Game 4 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals tonight and can level the series at 2-2 with another win.

Cleveland 27/4 to win by 7-9 Points.

The Celtics took advantage of home court in the opening two matches of the series, recording a pair of heavy victories at TD Garden.

They also lead the historical play-off head-to-head between the pair 4-3 but the Cavs won when the pair met in Ohio during the regular season and backed it up in Game 3 with a 116-86 victory.

LeBron James, as usual, led the way on Saturday, scoring 27 points to go with 12 assists on 8-of-12 shooting.

The 33-year-old also had his best game on the other side of the ball for some time, recording four turnovers.

He will again be influential as the Cavs look to level the series and further boost their hopes of an eighth straight NBA Finals.

The Celtics are 1-5 on the road in the post-season and are unlikely to improve that record.

Although it will be hard for Cleveland to play as well as they did on Saturday, they should still run out comfortable victors.