NBA Playoffs 2010: Lebron James Led Cavaliers to Beat Chicago Bulls

Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player Lebron James did an astounding performance in the match against Chicago Bulls held Sunday, April 25, at the United Center in Chicago Illinois in front of around 22,991 basketball fans.

LeBron James had his fifth NBA career playoff triple-double with 37 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists, as his top-seeded basketball team Cleveland Cavaliers dominated against the eighth-seeded Chicago Bulls, 121-98, in Game 4 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series of the 2010 NBA Playoffs.

“This was the most important game for our season. It was good to see that we were all on the same page, the same goal and we were all about business. I’ve just turned it up another notch”, Lebron James said in an interview.

In the first quarter of the basketball match, Cleveland Cavaliers took the early lead against Chicago Bulls with a score of 24-21. That lead continued in the second quarter as the game ended with scores 38-31. In the third quarter Cavaliers further widened the gap to 13 points against the Bulls scoring 37-24. Finally, in the fourth and last quarter, the two basketball teams tied with scores of 22. Overall, the Cavaliers won having a total score of 121 against the Bulls with a total score of 98. Cleveland Cavaliers then leads the 2010 NBA Playoff series 3-1.

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