Cleveland Cavaliers Reach a New Low Yet LeBron James Once Again Steals Headlines

January 12th, 2011 by Eric Felkey Leave a reply »
Ardent supporters of Cleveland sports know not to say "it can't get any worse." When they do, things like a conniving, money-driven owner moving the heart and soul of the city to Baltimore happen.

Or they watch the future possible cornerstone of their baseball team suffer a horrifying knee injury on a home-plate collision in the seventh inning of a four-run game.

Or they learn, in a season full of disappointment and despair, an ankle tweak of the player that most exemplifies the blue-collar and working-class nature of the city turns out to be a season-ending injury.

But after Tuesday night in Los Angeles, it's hard to imagine the Cleveland Cavaliers reaching further depths of putridity.

Fifty-seven points. The lowest in franchise history.

An unbelievably paltry 29.9 field goal percentage.

Didn't crack more than 16 points in a quarter.

Down 51 points after three quarters, the highest deficit after 36 minutes in the NBA in almost 10 years.

Four starters that finished with a plus/minus worse than -35.

No player with more than one made field goal after one half.

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