Missing Piece in Cleveland

Ever since LeBron James was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the overall number 1 pick, everyone has said that Cleveland comes up short because they have a missing piece. They needed someone to be James “Pippen”.

On March 6th, the Cavaliers might have found that “missing piece” and it wasn’t who you thought it would be. The missing piece last night was LeBron James as the Cavaliers lost to the Bucks 92-85.

85 points speaks for itself why the Cavs were missing James and his 29.8 scoring average. The Cavaliers offense looked lost as they were trying to find a go to scorer. Antawn Jamison finished with 30 points and 11 rebounds as he tried to fill that role but got didn’t get much help other than Delonte West 27 point, 5 rebound, and 6 assist effort. Everyone else on the floor looked completely lost as Mo Williams continued to struggle shooting a dismal 1-12 from the floor. No one from the Cavaliers reached double figures in the scoring column besides Jamison and West.

The Cavaliers winning streak at 6 ended. Mike Brown might decide to rest LeBron on Monday versus the Spurs at home to give him almost a week of rest. The Cavaliers are mostly off next week because of the MAC tournament going on at the Q. LeBron turned his ankle wrong against Detroit and Mike Brown does not want to take any chances right now and is a good time for him to rest his ankle.

What people did find out in Cleveland however was who that missing piece to the championship is. That is LeBron James.

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