LeBron James Reveal What The Cavs Lack In Big Games
The Raptors are now within two games of the Cavs in the standings, and it wasn’t a good sign to see the Cavs give up yet yet another big lead in the second half, and specifically, the fourth quarter.
One Cavalier, Kyrie Irving, was badly outplayed by the opposing point guard. Kyle Lowry, who beat out Irving for the starting job in the All-Star Game, put up 43 points, five rebounds, nine assists, and four steals on an absurd 15-20 from the field. Irving scored just 10 points on 4-11 from the field. After the game, Kyrie spoke with members of the media and explained what went wrong and what the Cavs have to do moving forward.
Lebron James finished with 25 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists on 9-18 shooting and 2-4 from downtown. He also spoke about the gut=wrenching loss from tonight and how the Cavs will move on from it.