2. Keep The Foot On The Gas Pedal- With only two victories of ten or more points, it’s apparent that the Cavs like doing things the hard way. No shocker there, as it is November and as JR Smith said earlier Wednesday afternoon, the team isn’t too worried about streaks and other teams until after the All-Star Break. That means don’t expect a lot of blowout victories until at least February.
But tonight, handling business early should be a main objective for the Wine and Gold. The Nets are a team that can be mighty dangerous if permitted to linger around longer than they should. After a 112-107 victory in which they had to battle back to make it close, the Cavs should have “winning convincingly” on their agenda.
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