Cleveland Cavaliers Showing Signs of Life in Midst of Tough Stretch

November 28th, 2010 by Eric Felkey Leave a reply »
On Thursday, December 2nd, the eyes of the basketball nation will get a good look at the Cleveland Cavaliers for the first time since last May.

Unfortunately, the story that night won't be about basketball but rather the intense emotions and actions of fans and players toward a former Cavalier.

Maintaining focus and not getting caught up in the frenzied media coverage or subplots is instrumental for Cleveland heading forward.

The schedule won't allow for distractions—they just came off of a four-game in five-night stretch, host the Boston Celtics before Thursday's showdown, and then immediately go on the road for three games in four nights—the start of a stretch where they play seven of their next eight games on the road.

So when they kicked off a difficult five-week stretch by getting blown out at Indiana and scoring just 34 points in the first half against Milwaukee, things weren't looking promising.

But behind some hot shooting from Mo Williams, the usual strong production from the bench, some increased defensive pressure, and a second-half resurgence from J.J. Hickson, the Cavs bounced back t ...

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