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Another win for the Cavs

Forget Kabbalah, Lebronism is the new religion created by and for sports fans everywhere to worship the legendary basketball player that we know as LeBron James. In last night’s game against Atlanta, James did not fail to disappoint his team or his followers and ultimately led the Cavs to not only another win, but another sweep in the series—their second consecutive sweep in the playoffs. James scored 27 points, but didn’t allow his ego to let him hog the ball for the entirety of the game. Delonte West and Mo Williams had equally important roles in leading the Cavs to victory, both making shots from seemingly impossible positions. Overall, the game had a large entertainment value for both Hawks fans and Cleveland fans alike—filled with moments of suspense, disappointment, and triumph. After finishing the first quarter seven points behind the Hawks, the Cavs picked up their pace, and thanks to James scoring 27 points and West scoring 21, the Cavs finally got the taste of victory and a sweep once again. Orlando and Boston are tied 2-2 in the series, and the Cavs will play the winner; but until then, Lebronism devotees will be anxiously awaiting on the edge of their seats for the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals—where Lebron will rise to the occasion once again. 

Posted by Elizabeth Kinkopf


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