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Playoffs: Eastern Semifinals: New Jersey Nets – Cleveland Cavaliers game 6 Preview May 18, 2007

Posted by netsophobia in Cleveland Cavaliers, NBA Playoffs, NBA previews, NBA talk, New Jersey Nets.
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NEW JERSEY NETS 2
CLEVELAND CAVALIERS 3
LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers reacts after being called for a fourth quarter foul in Game Five of the Eastern Conference Semifinals during the 2007 NBA Playoffs at Quicken Loans Arena, 16 May 2007 in Cleveland, Ohio. James will play Friday in game six of the Cavaliers' Eastern Conference playoff series against the New Jersey Nets, the team announced Thursday.
WIN OR GO HOME BABY!
, WIN OR GO HOME, oh wait, we’re already home, we’re in the CAA, everything’s good, we showed we can grind things out against the Cavs, it certain bodes well for the team going into game 6.

I don’t think i need to preach much again today, it’s the usual same things going over and over again, rebounding the basketball, defense, spread out the floor, and make our threes. Chicago can’t finish their comeback against Detroit because they didn’t make their outside shots, and that’s what we need to do tomorrow.

Defending the Cavaliers isn’t really defending LeBron James, it’s defending the players around him, we know all too well about LeBron’s abilities, but that’s about it right? there’s nothing you can do if he really decides to go berserk and score all over you. But if the players around him can’t score, what can King James do? summon wizards?

I know the rap on the team for their performance in the fourth quarter the last gamee round, but the thing is this, we couldn’t score, but the Cavs couldn’t score alot either, so you had to look at it both ways. But going to RJ is the right choice but Lawrence needs to change it up abit go let VC make some plays.

GO NETS!

ines for the Game
VC Projection:
21 points, 10 assists
Jason Kidd Projection: 14, 10, 8
Jason Collins Projection: 1 point, 5 rebound
Matchup of the Game: Jason Kidd – LeBron James

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