Cavaliers Still Alive Despite Embarrassing 32-Point Game 5 Loss

May 12th, 2010 by Richie Zawistowski Leave a reply »
When did winning three games in a best-of-seven series decide a winner?  Anyone?  The last time I checked, you still have to win four games to advance, and the Boston Celtics have won just three so far.

Yet it seems to be a foregone conclusion to many people that the series is over, LeBron James is bolting for New York, and he’s suddenly deserving of the MVP.

Let's get real, people.

I’m one of the biggest LeBron haters out there, but this series is far from over, despite the Cavs' 32-point home loss in Game 5 Tuesday night. Boston was in this same situation last year, up 3-2 against Orlando, and yet allowed Orlando to win the next two straight and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals.

Getting blown out in a playoff game is often times better than losing a close game.

We saw the reaction from Boston after losing by 29 in game 3, yet we want to assume the series is over after the roles have been flipped for Game 5?

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