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This is just one of those days ... it's near impossible to think about or focus on anything other than Game Four tonight between the Cavaliers and the Pistons. Gary Benz also has Cavs on the mind today, penning another great column for us on the big series between the heated Eastern Conference rivals. Gary says regardless of how this series turns out, the Cavs are sending a message: your time is running out Detroit.
May 28, 2007 7:00 PM
Cavs/Pistons GAME THREE - The Good, The Bad, & The Summary
What a basketball game. The atmosphere was absolutely electric at The Q for this one last night, and the Cavs came away with a huge 88-82 win that brought them back into this series. LeBron had a big game, full of big shots, and ended with 32, 9, and 9. And Daniel "Boobie" Gibson, relegating Larry Hughes to the bench for most of the second half, had a slew of big shots and clutch defensive plays. John Hnat reviews the thrilling win for us. TUESDAY NIGHT, game four. Let's even this thing up.
May 27, 2007 7:00 PM
The Roundtable: Can The Cavs Come Back And Win This Series?
The Cavaliers return home today in a crucial must-win Game Three at The Q. Down 0-2, the Cavaliers find themselves in the exact same predicament as they did last year when they were down to the Pistons 0-2 in the playoffs, yet stormed back to take a 3-2 lead before bowing out in seven games. Can the Cavs fight back into this series like last year? We asked the writers of The Cleveland Fan in our latest roundtable.
May 26, 2007 7:00 PM
Like Deja Vu All Over Again
Same score, different lightning rod. In Game 1, it was LeBron James' pass to a wide-open Donyell Marshall that drew the criticism. This time, it might very well have been Larry Hughes' miss of a wide-open seven-footer off an offensive rebound that sealed the Cavs' fate. Erik Cassano takes a look back at game two, and looks ahead to what the Cavs need to do to get back in this series.
May 25, 2007 7:00 PM
Cavs/Pistons GAME TWO - The Good, The Bad, & The Summary
God how I hate mornings after losses like that one. For the second straight game, the Cavaliers fell by a count of 79-76 to the Detroit Pistons last night, and now trail the series 2-0 as the action shifts back to CTown for games on Sunday and Tuesday night. And once again, the Cavs had a chance to take care of business late, and could not. John weighs in with the good, the bad, and the summary.
May 24, 2007 7:00 PM
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