J.R. Smith Comments on End of Warriors’ Undefeated Streak

December 14th, 2015 by Matt Fitzgerald Leave a reply »
Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith was disappointed about his team not being the one to put a dent in the Golden State Warriors' perfect record.

The reigning champions won 24 straight before losing to the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday.

Smith spoke about his desire, which likely stemmed from the Warriors defeating the Cavs in the 2015 NBA Finals, per ESPN.com's Dave McMenamin:

I was upset. I'm not going to lie. When it was a tough game against Boston, I was home watching the game and I was like, 'Man, y'all got to pull this out. Y'all got to pull this out.' I wanted them to go undefeated until they played us.


It had to come to an end sooner or later. They had a hell of a run.

Cleveland squares off with Golden State on Christmas Day in Oakland, which will be among the best regular-season games of 2015-16. It could well be a championship preview, as both squads sit atop their respective conferences at the moment.

Iman Shumpert just returned for the Cavs and scored 14 points in the team's recent victory over the Orlando Magic. He is key as a perimeter defender and will be a huge factor in the sh ...

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