LeBron James: History doesn’t guarantee a big night for him in Game 2

BOSTON — LeBron James knows history suggests he’ll have a big night in Game 2, because he played so poorly in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.James scored just 15 points and shot 5-of-16 with seven turnovers in a 108-83 loss to the Celtics in Game 1. Usually, when he plays like that in a playoff game, the next night out he goes off.His 46 points in Game 2 against the Pacers last month is only the latest example.”History is history; I’m a guy who lives in the moment,” James said. “Can’t rely on what you did in previous series. You’ve got to rely on your instincts. You’ve got to rely on you coaching staff and what they put together as far as the game plan, and then you go out and execute it.”Just because you did something in one series or the previous series doesn’t mean you can result back to that. You’ve got to be ready for that next game.”