Sunday had some great NBA action in both conferences. The Cleveland Cavaliers pulled off another sweep and sent the Toronto Raptors packing, the Washington Wizards evened their series with the Boston Celtics, and the on the West the Houston Rockets beat the San Antonio Spurs to also even theirs 2-2.
Cavs get second sweep
The Cleveland Cavaliers look eager to get the Eastern Conference Finals started as they got their second sweep of the playoffs after beating the Toronto Raptors 109-102. LeBron James had 35 points, nine rebounds and six assists, Kyrie Irving had 27 points, five rebounds and nine assists, while Kyle Korver finished with 18 points and five rebounds.
Congolese forward Serge Ibaka led the Raptors with 23 points, DeMar DeRozan had 22 points, four rebounds and eight assists, Cory Joseph had a 20-point, 12-assist double-double, and PJ Tucker also finished with a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds.
Wizards get even
The Washington Wizards have evened their second-round series against the Boston Celtics 2-2 after winning Game Four 121-102. Bradley Beal had 29 points and four rebounds, John Wall had a 27-point, 12-assist double-double, and Markieff Morris ended the game with a 16-point, 10-rebound double-double.
The Celtics were led by Isaiah Thomas with 19 points and five assists, Terry Rozier had 16 points and seven rebounds, Kelly Olynyk had 14 points, and Al Horford had 11 points, five rebounds and five assists.
Rockets even series 2-2
The Houston Rockets kept a commanding lead for most of Game 4 and eventually beat the San Antonio Spurs 125-104. James Harden had a 28-points, 12-rebound double-double, Eric Gordon had 22 points, Trevor Ariza had 16 points, six rebounds and five assists, while Ryan Anderson and Lou Williams combined for 26 with 13 points apiece.
Jonathan Simmons led the Spurs with 17 points and four rebounds, Kawhi Leonard had 16 points, six rebounds and four assists, LaMarcus Aldridge had 16 points and five rebounds, while Patty Mills had 10 points and five assists.
By Kaunda Chama