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5 Keys For Cavs To Win Game 6 And Avoid Elimination

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3 – J.R. Smith’s Consistent Play

J.R. Smith is the Cavaliers’ only player outside of LeBron James who has the capacity to light it up in big ways. However, the mercurial shooting guard’s production has been, to be generous, sub-par in this final series. Smith is scoring only 10.0 points on an atrocious shooting from the field, 30.6%, and an even worse percentage on threes, 26.2%. He has no other choice but to elevate his play as it is virtually impossible for Cleveland to prevail with only LeBron James contributing (I’m saying “virtually” impossible so as to leave some room for a miraculous performance from King James). Amid all these, the good news for J.R. is that he still has one more chance to prove himself and push the Cavaliers to a Game Seven in Oakland.

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