November 28, 2022

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly for Cavs in ECF Game 5

The Bad

The players were bad. This is an easy one, however, there is more to this than what appears on the surface. LeBron had a pedestrian night by his standards with 26 points and 10 rebounds. His six turnovers were extremely detrimental to the Cavs.

The blame goes further than James, though. Kevin Love was nonexistent beyond the first quarter. He scored 14 points. Only four of those points came after the first quarter. The inconsistency of Love was bad once again.

The lack of guard play. J.R Smith and George Hill combined for only nine points on 2/11 shooting. Although Boston’s backcourt of Jaylen Brown and Terry Rozier shot a poor percentage, they still mustered up a combined 25 points. The nonexistent scoring from Hill and Smith simply cannot continue. On the road, in this series, Smith has shot 14% from the field.

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