1. Using the lineup change
The last time the Cavs and Pistons squared off, Kevin Love was at center and had the tough task of controlling Andre Drummond. With Tristan Thompson at center and Love at the power forward, the Cavs should have an easier time keeping the league’s leading rebounder (15.2 rebounds per game) off the glass. Offensively, Thompson’s screen and roll ability should also help collapse the Piston’s defense, much like it did against the Indiana Pacers on Friday.
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