Celtics stun Cavs in Bradley’s three-pointer

Avery Bradley pulled of a game-winning three-pointer with .01 seconds left in the final quarter for Boston to have a 111-108 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 3 of their best-of-seven Eastern Conference Finals on Sunday.

Avery also finished with 20 points, three rebounds and four assists to help the Celtics in a complete turnaround in their previous game in which they were demolished totally.

After trailing 16 points at half-time, the Celtics slowly rallied by cutting the deficit into five points going into the fourth quarter. The Celtics tied the game with 3:03 left in the fourth quarter at 101. While the momentum almost shifted, the Cavaliers fought harder as their lead was diminished.

J.R. Smith put the Cavs on top by hitting a three-pointer with 37 seconds left to put the Cavs on top by two points but Boston’s Jonas Jerebko made a jumpshot from the corner assisted by Bradley to grab back the lead.

In the upcoming position, LeBron James too long until he passed the ball to Deron Williams while he gave the ball to Kyrie Irving who drove into the basket and tied the game at 108 with 11 seconds left.

The Celtics found a way to win despite the fact that their main scorer Isaiah Thomas was sidelined because of hip injury. Marcus Smart led the Celtics with his 27 points, five rebounds and seven assists while Al Horford added 16 points and six assists.

The Cavaliers received a low production from James with only 11 points in 4-for-13 shooting from the field. Irving led in scoring with 29 points and seven assists while Kevin Love added 28 points and 10 rebounds. Tristan Thompson had 18 points and 13 rebounds to help the Cavs in a losing cause.

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