Cavs playing on a Playground

It seemed tonight as if fans were watching men vs boys tonight. The Nets were clearly overmatched as the Cavaliers picked up their 48th win of the season and fifth in a row. The Cavs opened up a 20 point lead after the first quarter and cruised to the final score of 111-92.

The Cavaliers have played the New York Knicks and the New Jersey Nets their past two games. Two teams that have cleared cap space to sign LeBron in the summer of 2010 and look to offer a big deal. LeBron sure didn’t disappoint with two good showing to both the teams with very strong play.

LeBron was terrific in the game finishing with 26 points and 14 assists. In the first quarter he was so terrific he had 10 points and 8 assists and it seemed as if he was taunting with the crowd leaving them begging for more. He got multiple break away dunks but did nothing spectacular with the dunks and the crowd slightly booed him.

Jamario Moon also haved a blast helping LeBron put on some high-flying highlights with some hard throwing dunks that sent chills through the crowds arms and legs. The newest Cavalier added another solid game with 19 points and 9 rebounds. JJ Hickson continues to show his promise in the upcoming years as it was his second start at center and didn’t dissapoint either. Showing energy and poise JJ helped with 20 points and 13 rebounds as it was an all around effort from the Cavaliers as it seemed like they were just toying with the Nets all night.

While the Knicks and Nets are clearing cap for LeBron to come to town next year, the Cavs are toying with them every time they play. Showing the two franchises if they don’t sign LeBron then the Cavs might be toying with both franchise’s in the near future.

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