Friday, May 19, 2006

Game 6
As all of Cleveland holds its collective breath for tonight's game, I'm reminded of the last time the Cavs had a chance like this.
Oh wait, that's never happened.
Perhaps the Cavs' win over Washington in 1975-76 could be considered an upset, but it certainly would not be on this scale. I knew of no one who thought Cleveland would be in this position, let alone beat the Pistons.
So here we are.
Maybe the Pistons will rebound and destroy the Cavaliers in the next two games, and maybe we'll be crying the "OIC" blues once more.
But maybe not.
Go LeBron. Go Cavaliers.


At 5:36 PM , Anonymous Pacer Fan said...

Go CAVS!! Everyone in Indy wants the CAVS to win and go to the Eastern Conference finals. We miss Mike Brown!

At 5:43 AM , Anonymous Erik said...

If you're still holding your breath, you've passed out by now.

the Pistons are arrogant, conceited, overconfident, mouthy, and altogether the team you love to hate if you live anywhere outside Michigan. But they are still the Pistons, and they showed that Friday night.

We saw what the Pistons were made of in Game 6. Now we get to see what the Cavs are made of in Game 7. If the want this series, they are going to have to figure out a way to take in the most hostile NBA environment imagineable. Odds are really against them.

48 minutes to decide a series. We'll soon find out what happens.

At 9:25 PM , Blogger Aaron said...

I have been to a game at the Palace (actually it was an Eastern Confrence Finals game last year) and I must say the Palace and the fans there make it one of the toughest places to play. I went and I was wearing a Cavs Jersey and the person I was with told me to take the Jersey off or they couldn't guarantee my safety and the Cavs weren't even playing.


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