Cavs Can Beat The Best
Last night the Cleveland Cavaliers, once again, proved that they can beat the best teams in the NBA, at least at home. Cleveland is an impressive 14-2 against winning teams, and that count now includes the San Antonio Spurs, who they beat by 14.
But what about against teams who are under .500? They’re just 5-5, and LeBron James knows that’s not acceptable.
“We have to grow up,” James said. “We can’t keep beating Phoenix, Detroit and San Antonio and then lose to sub-par teams.”
James covered Tony Parker, the Western Conference player of the week, for most of the night and Parker struggled, shooting 2-for-7 for four points with four assists and seven turnovers.
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