LeBron James continues dominance of Celtics with chase-down block

LeBron James torched the Boston Celtics for 38 points in Game 1 and continued his assault on the Garden on Friday in Game 2.

James came out draining shots as the Cleveland Cavaliers opened a big lead, and added some demoralizing defense with his patented chase-down block.

Then LeBron got Avery Bradley again in the second quarter.

Celtics coach Brad Stevens inserted Gerald Green into the starting lineup for Game 2, but it had zero effect on the defending champs as they handed Boston its biggest home playoff loss in history, 130-86. Yes, you read that right.

James led the way with 30 points, seven assists, four rebounds, four steals and three blocks. He joined Michael Jordan as the only players in NBA history with eight straight games of 30 or more points.