Both local fan clubs and visiting fans converge during this series at the best sports bar in New Orleans, The American Sports Saloon, 1200 Decatur. So get your gear on, and come make some noise for the NBA Eastern Conference Finals here in New Orleans.
Every game show with Sound inside, or enjoy a balcony table and TV with Sound overlooking the French Quarter. Either way, this is how you experience sports in New Orleans.
This will mark the second consecutive year that the Celtics and Cavaliers have faced off with a chance to go to the Finals on the line.
James’ greatness has been off the charts even by his standards in the postseason, as he has averaged 34.3 points, 9.4 rebounds and 9.0 assists, shooting 55.3 percent from the field and delivering a slew of late-game dagger shots.
The star of the Celtics’ playoff run has been coach Brad Stevens, who has led Boston over two teams (Milwaukee and Philadelphia) that had talent advantages. He’s had to make things work with a third-year, first-time starter — Terry Rozier — and rookie Jayson Tatum as his top two offensive options.