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Cavaliers One Step Closer

Posted on by Donald Dunbar in Sports News

NBAThe Eastern Conference Finals might be coming close to an end with Cavaliers game 2 win over the Atlanta Hawks 94-82, in one of the best games Lebron James has ever delivered to the franchise, managing the flow of the game and acting as the mediator between his team and the Hawks, if lebron didn’t make the point he would rely on his teammates in a true professional fashion, last game was a perfect example as how the rest of the Association should handle their teamwork.

A still injured  Kyrie Irving (Knee tendonitis) watch intensely from the sides as the game was picking up a trend since the first quarter which was all James taking 13 points, and we see the distributor stance from Lebron throughout the second quarter fueling Iman Shumpert with the assist from all four of his three-pointers by the end
of the game, Lebron started his assists after his 15 point mark it’s hard to not have Lebron as the main guy for the Cleveland team because he is, and games as strongly and expertly executed as last Friday’s game are the new benchmark for future Cleveland gameplay, all the doubts about their defense lacking since regular season and more recently how most their starters were on the bench was going to impact the team were completely dispelled, Lebron finishing with 30 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds, eight of those assists were three-pointers, obviously not a solo endeavor, the complete roster was exemplary with the execution and spacing of the outside line, Thompson and Mozgov breaking the Hawks offense almost completely.

A grim look at the Hawks side with unsmiling looks of complete despair as the Cavaliers are one more game to send the heavily injured Atlanta home, so far a struggling affair in these past two games, a deficient DeMarre Carroll was visibly still not fully recovered Al Horford on the possible list from his knee setback and now Kyle Korver out for the season things are looking more and more hopeless for Atlanta, their offense one of the best in the past is a long distant memory now for the crippled team the next game is not an optimistic one if things continue to go south.

Pick and Line: Cavaliers -9 and 190, An obvious favorite for the game, a tilted game 3 in favor of an overwhelming win once again for the Cavaliers and an under as the last four games.

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