The Cleveland Cavaliers’ growth throughout this post-season has been a sight to see. From creating the “Lil Kev” mascot reminiscent of Kevin Love to executing complex post-game handshakes, the Cavs are a team that clearly enjoys being around each other.
The Cavs’ magnificent post-season run continued Thursday night, with a 108-89 win over the Toronto Raptors in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Though the Cavs are the fourth team in NBA history to start the post-season 10-0, coach Tyronn Lue, who broke the record for most consecutive playoff wins for first-time head coaches, received the ultimate celebration from his team: a water bottle shower.
In the team’s locker room, LeBron James acknowledged Lue for breaking the record, and the team proceeded to douse their coach with water.
As the water finished raining on Lue, the coach put his fist up to lead the team’s break, James shouted a short chant and the team followed his lead.
With a leader like James, the rookie head coach could receive a champagne shower in June.
Check out the video of Tyronn Lue getting soaked below.