OAKLAND — Five things we learned from the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 112-97 Game 5 victory over the Golden State Warriors in the 2016 NBA Finals Monday night at Oracle Arena, as the series shifts back to Cleveland:
BY Steve Aschburner
I would say
you have not learn a thing until it is all over . On the contrary what you have learn is how valuable the absence of Green is important to the Warrior. There is a reason why the Cavs were down 1 – 3 in the first place. It wasn’t a fluke. Basket ball is a team sport you remove one key play it will change the complexity of the game. Loose one of your hand and let see if you will still be the same. Or loose LeBron James, or Irving or 2 of their valuable starting line up player and let see if things will be the same, Remove Magic Johnson and Baron Scott out of a Lakers team That went unbeaten to the final, they get swept by The Detroit. You may say the same thing happened to the Cavs last year by loosing both Irving and Love. Unfortunately We may not even know the real outcome of this series at the end. Is Bogard coming back at what percentage? This is curtesy of the League making one key decision that may change the outcome. before you start making comments Let wait and see what happened by the end of the series. LeBron and Irving were Great no doute about that. But they play the first 4 games too. It is real Unfortunate that the NBA has put themselves in a situation were if the Warriors doesn’t win these final the stein of suspending Green will be part of History that will not be forgotten just like David stern canceling the Christ Paul Trade to the Lakers and Given Christ Paul to The Lakers rival Next door to add an insult to the injury. They always forgive an forget. I do not see the Lakers fans forgetting that one any time soon. Likewise the league better Pray that the Warriors win this One at the end. I guarantee you it will be part of history that will never be forgotten specially by the Warriors fans. As a league why put yourself in that situation?