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    Friday, June 15, 2007

    CAVS Swept

    Well, did we really expect the Cavs to be there in the first place?  I wish they'd have won.  I wish they'd have won even one game.  But the Cavs are still a team on the rise.  In the Eastern Conference, while they've got Chicago and Miami to worry about next year, but this is a team that could well be back, and be better for the experience of now having been to the finals before.
    The other day I compared a Cavs sweep to The Drive, etc.  But it isn't really the same.  In those games, the Cleveland team was heavily favored to win, and was moments away from victory when it all came crashing down.  The Cavs weren't favored.  But they were competitive in these games even if they didn't win any of them.  
    It creates a tall order for next year.  Having been to the finals this year, in order to have a more successful season next year, they must return to the finals next year and win.  Can they do it with this personnel?  Will they make any key additions that will help push them over the top?  Or can they do it with the group of guys they have now? 

    Comments on "CAVS Swept"


    Blogger anne said ... (8:10 AM, June 15, 2007) : 

    Unless some of the young players already on the team can step up and make an impact, they will have to trade to get the wins. I just don't think they have enough scoring power to take the finals. 33% shooting isn't going to win games, even with a great defense.

    And could someone please help them get through a third quarter with dignity??


    Blogger Gina Ventre said ... (9:03 AM, June 15, 2007) : 

    I'm proud of their accomplishments this year. I'm also interested to see what kinds of personnel moves they make.

    Lebron needs a sidekick.


    Blogger Audient said ... (10:14 AM, June 15, 2007) : 

    The team, as it is presently constituted and with their present skills and experience, really over-acheived this year, if you think about it. Were they really expected to go to the finals, let alone win it? No.


    Blogger Kate Anne said ... (5:48 PM, June 15, 2007) : 

    Lebron even made the little (but widely distributed) AM-NY street handout paper. So did Sunnyside Gardens -- -- our landmarking bruhaha.


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