Game two of the Eastern Conference Finals once again took place on the Celtics home floor in Boston. Before game two, the players of the Boston Celtics spoke with high confidence to the media about how they believed they could beat the Cavs and even made a comparison with the movie "Space Jam." Jaylen Brown disrespected King James by comparing him to basic street ball players he played in his neighborhood with.

Well, King James made sure he showed the Boston Celtics on Friday night just how polished his game is and to never confuse him with a regular joe again!

The recap

As they did in game one, the Cavs came out in game two of the ECF pushing the ball at a pace too fast for the young Celtics to keep up with. The Cavs ended the first quarter scoring 32 points while holding a 14 point lead. Once Cleveland was able to take a double-digit lead, the Celtics seemed to lose their confidence altogether.

Celtic point guard Isaiah Thomas expressed to the media before the game how he felt that the Cavs were not the "Space Jam Monstars" from the movie and they could be beaten. Well, Thomas who is the Celtics floor leader, struggled to get his game going on offense in game two. He finished the first half with just 2 points and had to sit out the entire second half due to a hip injury he suffered.

In the second half, the Cavs continued to embarrass the Celtics on their home floor by hitting shot after shot. Whether in the half court or transition, the Cavs had the Celtics flustered with their flashy passes and circus of shots they seemed never to miss.

King James

LeBron James, of course, led the attack as usual for the Cleveland Cavaliers in game two of the ECF.

After every win for the Cavs, King James continues to express how his team "has more to offer" no matter how good they perform against their opponents.

Lebron dished and dazzled through the Celtics defense from start to finish with no remorse. He finished the game with another 30+ point performance. If Lebron can continue his level of play when the series shifts to Cleveland, the Cavs will be raising their second straight ECF trophy on their home floor.

Rest of the crew and game three preview

The rest of the Cavaliers crew took care of business on their end as they've done the entire 2017 playoffs. Kevin Love had another strong performance in game two scoring 21 points and pulling in 12 rebounds. Kyrie Irving bounced back in game two scoring 23 points while knocking down 8 of his 11 shot attempts.

The series will shift to Cleveland on Sunday evening for game three at 8:30 pm Eastern time on TNT.