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>> LeBron James will not let anything keep him from a chance at another NBA championship. The 33-year-old led the Cleveland Cavaliers to an 87-79 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals Sunday night.>> To be honest, I haven't even really kind of processed it.
>> That makes all of us. It's his eighth straight championship, his fourth straight run with Cleveland. James played all 48 minutes of the game against Boston. He scored 35 points, picked up 15 rebounds and collected 9 assists. In his 15th year of play his 100th game of the season, James isn't about to reward any doubters going into his 8th NBA finals.`
>> I haven't really processed the fact that I'm going back to another finals yet. I commend my team mates and my coaching staff, and everybody that put the work in. This is a complete team effort.>> But to some, Sunday looked like a one man show. The Cavaliers were simply not expected to get this far this year.
The team traded point guard Kyrie Irving to Boston in the off season and revamped their roster. Coming into Game Seven, James took the court without the help of Kevin Love, sidelined with a concussion. The Cavaliers will face the winner of game seven in the Western Conference. Golden State and the Houston Rockets face off Monday night.