Down but Not Out: LeBron and the Cavs Have One Last Chance in Game Six

May 12th, 2010 by Bob Evans Leave a reply »
26 hours have passed since the Cleveland Cavaliers played the worst basketball game that I have experienced in my lifetime.

When the game ended last night, it took every ounce of will power in my body not to get on my computer and write a rant bashing the Cavaliers organization, LeBron James, and Mike Brown for laying the biggest egg in playoff history.

Now that a day has passed and the Cavaliers face the biggest game of the organization's history in less than 24 hours, I feel ready to write with a clear mind.

The Boston Celtics have outplayed the Cleveland Cavaliers in every facet of this series.

The more experienced, battle tested, championship team has shined brightly through five games.  But they have not won the series yet.

If you take away the 29-point blowout in Boston, the Cavaliers have failed to produce a complete performance from opening tip-off until the final horn.

And I'm sorry to burst everyone's bubbles, but the blame extends further than LeBron James.

Yes, LeBron is the leader of the Cleveland Cavaliers.  He is the "King," "The Chosen One," and all the other nicknames that ...

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