Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Cavs at Pacers



Tonight The Cavs head to Indy to rebound from Lamar Odom's domination over Boobie Gibson. The C-L-E tends to play well against the Pacers and LeBron and Danny Granger have developed a mini-rivalry. Look for Anderson Varejao to come back strong after playing like a 7th grade CYO girl against the Lakers; He has some of his best games against Indy
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The Cavs have not lost 2 straight games yet this season, BUT the Pacers can do something no other NBA squad can accomplish, throw a Whitewash at LeBron James. Skin color has been a hot topic in our country of late but more importantly of course on this website. Unfortunately Jeff Foster and Mike Dunleavy Jr. may be out due to injury, or else we could see the historic Klan lineup of Travis Diener, Josh McRoberts, Troy Murphy, Foster and Dunleavy on an NBA floor. I'm pretty sure these are not foreigners people! The idea of this opposing 5 wets LeBron's appetite moreso than sloppy McDonald's double cheeseburgers and filet o fish sandwiches wets my own.

If Granger gets in foul trouble look for LeBron to go off for 35, 13 and 10 with 4 steals and 3 blocks. The Cavs should rebound and move the ball infinitely better than they did on Sunday in their first home loss. The Eastern Conference All Star head coach Mike Brown also had what was most likely his worst game of the season and should get back to being his awesome matchup/substituting self. I'll take the C-L-E in a game closer than some would think against a team that I could still see making a playoff push by a score of 102-97.

2 comments:

Webmaster said...

Did the Buckeyes recruit any of those Pacer players?

Webmaster said...

Bill Simmons just said LeBron's effort against the Knicks cheapened Kobe's performance b/c it was "in the flow of the offense."

haha, great performance, but in the flow of the offense? I talked to many cavs fans right after and nobody thought that was "in the flow".

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