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4 Offensive And Defensive Goals For Cavs To Beat Warriors

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2. Rebound the Ball

The Warriors rank 8th in rebounding, but Cleveland is a strong 14-4 in games where they grab more than 45 rebounds. Pair that up with the fact that statistically, Golden State is 5th worst in rebounds allowed to their opponents, and the Cavaliers should be incredibly active on the boards this game. Every player from the centers and power forwards all the way to the guards need to box out, rebound, and hold Golden State to just one possession. This game could very well come down to one or two loose rebounds and the team that comes up with them could have a distinct advantage.

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