The Boston Celtics didn't waste much time in dispatching the Cleveland Cavaliers Friday night, 103-86.
After one quarter, Boston held an 18-point lead on the strength of hot shooting by Avery Bradley and Jeff Green.
Those two would combine for 52 points by game's end. Jordan Crawford added a triple-double with 11 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists as Boston coasted to their seventh win of the season.
Cleveland struggled to get anything going at all on either end. Kyrie Irving got himself to the rim a lot early on but grew tired as no one else could hit a shot. The Cavaliers shot 37.2 percent as a team, going 4-of-18 from beyond the arc and giving away 17 turnovers.
The Celtics move to 7-11 on the year, while Cleveland falls to 4-12.
Let's hit the Bleacher Report classroom to see how these lopsided grades panned out.