The Cleveland Cavaliers have yet to be defeated in this year's NBA playoffs. They haven't lost a single game this postseason and the way that Eastern conference finals matchup is looking right now, it's hard to think the Cavaliers will be defeated any time soon.

On Friday night the Boston Celtics hosted the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2 of their conference finals series, with Cleveland taking Game 1 on Wednesday. The crowd of more than 18,000 fans at TD Garden was hoping their team will perform better than they did in Game 1 and possibly tie the series at 1-1.

Entering Friday's game, Cleveland had won five straight playoff games on the road.

Historic first half by the Cavaliers

Following Cleveland's dominant Game 1 win, in which the Cavs led by as many as 28, the way that Game 2 started it looked like the same outcome is on the way again.

Midway through the first quarter Cleveland led by 11 points (21-10) and at the end of the first period they held a 32-18 lead. Early in the second quarter that lead was increased up to 20 points (38-18) and with J.R. Smith's three-pointer at the end of the second quarter, the Cavaliers had a staggering 41-point advantage at halftime (72-31).

The 41-point lead at halftime is the largest halftime lead in NBA postseason history. LeBron James scored 22 points and dished out six assists in that first half for Cleveland.

Cavs' biggest lead of the game was 50 points (103-53) and they ended up winning the game 130-86. The Celtics played the entire second half without Isaiah Thomas, who had a strained right hip. It was an embarrassing loss for the Celtics as they were out-rebounded 45-39 in this one and shot just 37.2% from the field. Cavaliers on the other hand, were clicking on all cylinders as they shot 19-for-39 from behind the arc and finished the game with 28 team assists.

This was the worst home playoff loss ever for the Boston Celtics. Cleveland's 130 points in this game was the new franchise record for total points and their 13th consecutive playoff win.

LeBron James with another stellar performance

After scoring 38 points in Game 1, LeBron James came back and dropped 30 in Game 2. He finished the game with 30 points, seven assists and four rebounds while shooting 12-for-18 from the floor.

He is first player with at least 30 points in eight straight playoff games since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar did it in 1970. Kyrie Irving added 23 points while Kevin Love scored 21 and pulled down 12 rebounds.

Jaylen Brown led Boston in scoring with 19 points and also added four rebounds. Avery Bradley scored 13 while Al Horford finished with 11 points and five rebounds.

Cleveland now holds a comanding 2-0 series lead in this best-of-seven series. Game 3 will be played on Sunday night at Cleveland.