I feel like Larry Nance Jr. is proving himself the MVP of the Cavs by their terrible performance since his injury.Continue reading post "#3297"
Well, after two great games, the Cavs did absolutely terribly against the struggling Celtics, losing by 38 points.Continue reading post "#3248"
Yay again, Cavs, beating the Nets a second time in a row.Continue reading post "#3241"
Yay Cavs: beating the new “super team” Nets in double overtime.Continue reading post "#3230"
I’m disappointed with the NBA finals outcome.Continue reading post "#1911"
The officiating makes it hard sometimes for me to want to spend so much time paying attention to the NBA.
Yay Cavs.Continue reading post "#1897"
A little disappointed that the Cavs couldn’t pull out another win, but they kept it to 9 points even when struggling near the end, Lebron eked out his triple-double average for the series (the assists were at the minimum), and well, game 4 was a great game.
Yay Cavs. Great game. I am very happy they performed so well, reaffirming that they are a great team. They have some great records, stopped the sweep, showed they can’t be counted out.
Long day downtown today (yesterday). I took the day off for the Cavs parade, then went to an Indians game after. I may post more later, but to summarize: packed rapid transit, lots and lots of people, lots of waiting, lots of sun, hot, lots of walking, lots of garbage, saw a few Cavs players from afar, kinda heard some speeches, confetti and loud fireworks, saw people running from what turned out to be gunshots, large colorful animal statues, kid running across baseball field and climbing home run wall to escape into stands.