Celtics fans trolled by NBA rivals after Cavaliers secure huge playoff win in Boston: ‘Most fraudulent fanbase ever’

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Boston fans got trolled on social media for leaving early as the Celtics were blown out by the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2 of their second-round series.

After Boston dominated Game 1 with a 120-95 win, the Cavaliers flipped the barrel on the Celtics with a 118-94 victory to even the series at 1-1.

With just over five minutes left in the game, fans on social media mocked Bostonians for clearing the stands early. One user posted a clip of their exit and wrote: ‘Celtics fans going home with 6 minutes left in the fourth quarter. Boston Sports fans are the most fraudulent sports fanbase ever.’

‘Is there a fire drill???’ another responded.

Additionally, a picture of a Celtics fan with a tattoo of the word ‘doubt’ with the last three letters crossed out went viral as the Cavaliers cruised towards a victory.

Celtics fans were mocked on social media for leaving Game 2 against the Cavaliers early 

Bostonians were left in disappointment as their team got blown out by Cleveland, 118-94

Bostonians were left in disappointment as their team got blown out by Cleveland, 118-94

‘Bro had Celtics -13.5 no doubt,’ one user joked about the fan.

Cavaliers star Donovan Mitchell scored 29 points with seven rebounds and eight assists as Cleveland outscored the opposition in all but the second quarter.

Mitchell’s performance made him the only player, besides LeBron James, to score at least 25 points in five straight playoff games in a Cavaliers Jersey. 

All five of the Cavs’ starters saw double digits, with Evan Mobley tallying 21 points and ten boards. Darius Garland punched 14 points, while Max Strus and Isaac Okoro each scored 12.

Additionally, Caris LeVert had a stellar performance off the bench, with 21 points in 27 minutes.

On the other hand, Jayson Tatum led the Celtics’ losing effort with 25 points and seven rebounds. Although Jaylen Brown had a respectable 19-point performance, he struggled in other areas, with four rebounds and an assist.

Donovan Mitchell led the Cavs with 29 points to even the second-round series at 1-1

Donovan Mitchell led the Cavs with 29 points to even the second-round series at 1-1 

Celtics star Jrue Holiday struggled all game with four points, two rebounds, and three assists

Celtics star Jrue Holiday struggled all game with four points, two rebounds, and three assists

Derrick White and Al Horford barely reached double-digits with 10 and 11, respectively, as Payton Pritchard scored 13 off the bench.

Meanwhile, Jrue Holiday had a glaringly off night with four points, two rebounds, and three assists in 35 minutes.

The Cavaliers will look to ride the momentum of this win as the series shifts to Cleveland for Game 3 on Saturday and Game 4 on Monday.

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