LeBron James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers hugs Rajon Rondo #9 of the Boston Celtics in Game Six of the Eastern Conference Semifinals during the 2010 NBA Playoffs at the TD Banknorth Garden on May 13, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts.
LeBron James and Kevin Garnett hug at the end of Game 6. The Boston Celtics eliminated the Cleveland Cavaliers with a 94-85 victory in Boston.
Making the right calls
Celtics coach Doc Rivers directs his players in the first half.
Giving credit where it's due
Unlike last year, when LeBron James left the court without shaking hands with the Orlando Magic, he congratulated the Celtics, including Rajon Rondo.
Sizing him up
Celtics forward Kevin Garnett sets to drive to the basket against Cavaliers center Shaquille O'Neal.
Bad taste in his mouth
LeBron James reacts as the Cleveland Cavaliers fall 94-85 to the Boston Celtics in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semifinals. The Celtics won the series 4-2.
Dishing it off
Celtics guard Ray Allen turns to pass as he drives to the basket against Cavaliers guard Anthony Parker.
Looking for an answer
LeBron James drives against Boston's Tony Allen during the first half.
It's really over
Jamario Moon of the Cleveland Cavaliers reacts late in the fourth quarter against the Boston Celtics during Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semifinals. The Celtics defeated the Cavaliers 94-85.
Rajon Rondo (21 points) and the Celtics are the aggressors in Game 6 against the Cavaliers, forcing the action and winning their third straight to eliminate Cleveland.
Ghosts in the Garden?
Kevin Garnett and the Boston Celtics had home-court advantage in Game 6, and perhaps a little bit more on their side as they put an end to the Cleveland Cavaliers' season.
Slamming the door
Kendrick Perkins and the Celtics stuff the Cavs, 94-85 in Game 6 to win the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
All eyes on me
LeBron James, greeting Paul Pierce, is the subject of scrutiny before Game 6, with the Cavs facing elimination and their superstar facing free agency.
Tops in takeaways
Ray Allen goes to the floor to take a loose ball away from Mo Williams in Boston's series-clinching 94-85 victory in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
Kevin Garnett (right) and the Celtics keep LeBron James from taking over Game 6, holding him to 8-for-21 shooting with 9 turnovers.
Jam on it
Tony Allen gets into the act in Boston's 94-85 win in Game 6 against the Cavaliers.
Sign of the times
With little chance of LeBron James playing in Boston next year, Celtics fans are more than happy to tell the the Cavaliers star who the real "King" is (Boston's Glen Davis) and who's the "Big Baby."