champagne-stinkin’ home court.Don’t bother listening to anyone that tries to tell you that the Cleveland Cavaliers are in the Golden State Warriors’ or San Antonio Spurs’ exalted realm. That was evident long before the Cavs dropped two games to both teams within a five day span, with the Golden State loss coming in embarrassing fashion on the Cavaliers’
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However; this, and regular season glory, was never the point. The Cavaliers might be smarting after Monday’s 34-point shellacking on Thursday’s combustible loss in San Antonio, but the Cavs are still in the same place we found them in last October. Or, if we’re honest, the same place we observed them in following last June’s loss to the Warriors in the Finals.
They’re going to make their way out of the East, settle into a Finals setting, and see what happens when up to seven basketball games featuring LeBron James are scheduled.
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