BOSTON — LeBron James tore the ice pack off his left knee and tossed it left-handed toward the garbage can sitting 10 feet away in the visiting locker room at TD Garden.
He peeled the cellophane from his right knee, removed the ice pack and took aim for the bottom of the same trash can. Two-for-two.
Next was the ice pack that encased his lower back. This time, he tossed it straight to a locker room attendant wearing a Boston Celtics T-shirt and dreadlocks. A pinpoint pass, to be sure.
Even in the aftermath of a bitter postseason defeat—and staring at the most treacherous path to the NBA Finals he’s faced in a decade—James was making all the plays late Tuesday night.
And it still wasn’t enough.
“We’re going to use these days to really dive in on what needs to be done to help our ballclub be successful,” James said after his brilliant 42-point triple-double couldn’t rescue the Cleveland Cavaliers, who fell into an 0-2 hole in the Eastern Conference Finals with a
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