LeBron James: A
LeBron was a team-high plus-23 and almost notched another triple-double in 27 minutes.
George Hill: A-
Hill’s tremendous defensive effort along with his three-point shooting is something the Cavaliers have missed all year at the point guard position.
Tristan Thompson: B+
Thompson’s energy on the glass and defensive end of the floor was as good as it’s been since his return from injury.
J.R. Smith: A
Smith looked rejuvenated on the floor, going 6-7 from the floor and even blocking two shots.
Cedi Osman: B+
Another energetic performance on both ends by the rookie and it would’ve been an A- if he doesn’t blow the wide-open dunk.
Jordan Clarkson: A+
The former Laker couldn’t have dreamed of a better debut. Put that Clarkson three-point celebration on loop, too.
Rodney Hood: A+
Hood was displaying his plethora of skills, scoring at the rim, mid-range and from beyond the arc.
Kyle Korver: B-
After scoring 30 points on Friday night, Korver seemed pretty invisible against the Celtics.
Larry Nance Jr.: B
In his debut for his hometown Cavaliers, Nance Jr. had a few dunks and showed solid effort on defense.
Jeff Green: B
Green was fine in this one, using his athleticism to find his way to the rim in transition when LeBron wasn’t on the floor.