Today’s game was special, from Kyrie and JR crazy shots, to LeBron power drive between Gasol and Noah. I think Cavs are sending a strong message that they are coming together into an amazing championship ready team.
That streak since LeBron comeback is really something when you add that the Cavs have still to work on more plays for all their pieces, specially Kevin Love. Love can certainly give so much more rebounds and post up moves to make the team solid when the game slow down. Something better than just seen Kyrie and LBJ going iso all the time.
Since returning from the All-Star break, the Cavaliers have lived up to the expectations that were put on them at the beginning of the season. The Cavs have been dominate since January 15, posting a league best 24-5 record. Cleveland’s success has largely been due to the trades for J.R. Smith, Iman Shumpert, and Timofey Mozgov. The brilliant play of Kyrie Irving and LeBron James has also been key during the Cavaliers run.
The Cavs have been hard to beat at home, winning 13 straight at The Q. However, Cleveland’s toughest challenge of the second half of the season has been it’s grueling road schedule. The Cavs have had to play of 10 out of the 13 games since the All-Star break on the road. They have proven to be road warriors by notching huge wins in Washington, Toronto, Dallas, and San Antonio. The Cavaliers wrap up a four game road trip…
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