Abdicating the Throne: What’s Wrong with the Cleveland Cavaliers?

May 12th, 2010 by Genevieve Whitbourne Leave a reply »

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A feeling of shock must still be lingering on every Cleveland fan the morning after the Cavaliers were absolutely run out of their own building by the Boston Celtics.

The Cavs dropped Game 5 to Boston 120-88, marking the most lopsided 2-2 game in NBA history.

By all accounts, LeBron James turned in a flat, disinterested performance on a night where he needed to be spectacular, as he was in Game 3.

And as James goes, so goes the Cavaliers. When James gets going, he brings his team alon ...

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