Backcourt blues: Cavs guards Smith, Hill struggled in Game 2

By By Tom Withers CLEVELAND — J.R. Smith reached out, placed his hands on Al Horford’s back and shoved Boston’s big man out of bounds. It was the only time Smith was on target.

Smith’s shoddy performance in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals — he missed all seven shots and committed a flagrant 1 foul in 27 forgettable minutes — underscored a startling disparity between Cleveland’s and Boston’s starting backcourts that allowed the Celtics to withstand a 42-point effort by LeBron James on Tuesday and take a [READ MORE HERE]

Source: SF Gate Sports

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