The Cleveland Cavaliers didn't just beat the Boston Celtics in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals, but they blew the Celtics out. The final score was a dominating 116-86, the 30 point win a huge shock to people who watched Boston beat Cleveland so decisively in the first two games of the series. For the Celtics players, they have a different opinion.

According to ESPN, Terry Rozier said that Boston needed to get their "butts whooped" and are ready to "take care of business on Monday" in Game 4. However, Jaylon Brown had a slightly different outlook, where he said that it was "embarrassing" before calling out the Cavs fans.

He said that Cavs fans seem to think they won the series after that game and that the Celtics plan to come out and play "our best basketball."

Jaylon Brown and the Cavs fans

When looking at how the Cleveland Cavaliers fans acted after their teams big Game 3 win, Jaylon Brown seemed incredulous. He stated that the Boston Celtics can hang out with anyone and they will not come into Game 4 with a "defeated mindset." He said that the Cavs may have won Game 3 but that is just one of four games needed to win the series.

Jaylon Brown scored an identical 23 points in Game 1 and Game 2. he also scored 13 and 14 points in the first quarters of those two games. In Game 3, the Cleveland Cavaliers shut him down and he finished with a total of 10 points in the game.

Cavs coach Tyronn Lue said they changed things up and felt if they stopped Brown in the first quarter they could contain him for the rest of the game.

Terry Rozier says Celtics are going to take care of business

Terry Rozier took it one step further and said that the Boston Celtics needed that butt kicking and said that they have now come back to reality and will "take care of business" against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 4 on Monday night.

He said the loss was important to get the Celtics back on track.

Al Horford admitted that they didn't bring it as a team and while he gives the Cleveland Cavaliers credit, he knows the Celtics can do better when they play how they are supposed to play. Horford said that they needed to play better defensively and then Brown finished up by claiming that he gives Cleveland credit but they lost because of what they didn't do in the game.

"I'm super confident," Brown said. "I believe in our team, I believe in our coaching staff ... We'll be all right."

Tyronn Lue on the Cavs changes

Tyronn Lue said that he made changes on the court to stop players like Jaylon Brown and Al Horford but the reason the Cleveland Cavaliers won was because of their aggression. According to Lue, the only way they can win again on Monday night is if they play with the same sense of urgency.

"We can't get satisfied with just one win," Lue said. "It's just one; we've got to come out ... and duplicate it again."