The Good, The Bad and The Ugly for Cavs in ECF Game 5
Bad habits reappeared Wednesday night in the Cavs’ frustrating 96-83 loss in Boston.
With the series being tied at 2-2, Game 5 was a pivotal matchup that both teams wanted to take. Altogether, the Celtics dominated and controlled the entire game. Things got close in the second half as the Cavs were able to cut the lead into single digits, but the exhaustion of LeBron James and the cluelessness of Ty Lue’s rotations crept in.
Obviously, when losing a critical game that was winnable, the bad will outweigh the good. However, it wasn’t all awful.
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