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(NECN) - Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers says Game 2 between the Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers was a much better effort overall by both teams. He talks about starting flat in the first quarter, but coming back with defensive dominance during the second quarter. On Rajon Rondo struggling in the first half of Thursday's night game, Rivers says, "It happens, he is young and it will probably happen again." Referring to LeBron James' unusually poor performance Rivers says, "great players have bad nights, and they have multiple bad nights at times, but he is still Lebron James and he is going home."