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IT4 not a pivotal factor tonight?
No team in the East will take a game from the Warriors in the Finals. Looks like it's up to the Spurs or Rockets.
Quote from: Vox_Populi on January 11, 2018, 09:38:36 PMNo team in the East will take a game from the Warriors in the Finals. Looks like it's up to the Spurs or Rockets.Call me crazy, but I think Boston could "steal" a home game from Golden State in a hypothetical Finals with good defense and hopefully a career night from someone. But yeah, Warriors would have an extremely easy series win. Frankly, this Cleveland team looks worse than last year ESPECIALLY ON DEFENSE. They may still get through the East (although with more bumps and bruises from their foes), but I could see Golden State sweeping them and winning every game by 20+.
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Theres no doubt Lebron is leaving the cavs this summer. He left Miami when they were in better shape than this(they just lost a finals series, but the writing was on the wall). Team has no flexibility to add players, is old and plays no defense. Will be interesting to see if the Cavs look to move the brooklyn pick to appease lebron.and people wonder why Kyrie Irving asked out of there!!
Man, Crowder is just a non-factor in Cleveland. Sad to see. He's doing decent tonight (11 points on 4-7 shooting), but he's averaging 8 points and 3 rebounds a game in 26 minutes/game. Also Cavaliers fans are complaining that his defense just isn't as great. Though I can understand the last part since to be honest, his defense seemed to be a lot worse for the C's last year (took a hit from his defense here 2 years ago).
I'll always have love for IT4 but unless something drastic happens it looks more and more like Brad's system is what made him look so great. He's always gonna be a decent shooter but IMO I don't see him as that #2 guy for the Cavs.