The Biggest Game in Cleveland Cavaliers History

May 13th, 2010 by Jesse Dorsey Leave a reply »
Shaq wants to win a ring for The King. LeBron wants to win one for his hometown, and to start cementing his NBA legacy. Cleveland fans want the Cavs to win one so they can finally break free of whatever has cursed their city since 1964.

It all comes down to Game 6 tonight in Boston.

This game could do one of two things. It could change the landscape of the NBA for the next decade, or it could make Game 7 the biggest game in Cavs history.

The ramifications of this game are immense. If the Cavs do lose, LeBron has his excuse to run off to the bright lights and big city, or the sunny beaches to the south or far west. If the Cavs win, all bets are off and we do it all again on Sunday.

Each team has shown the ability to show up in a big way, and disappear in an even bigger way throughout this series. However, don't look for this one to look anything like the past five games in this series.

Boston knows that this could be the Big Three's last chance to get another shot at the title. Rajon Rondo has plenty of more opportunities, but for Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, and Paul Pierce, this could be it. It looks like this will be thei ...

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