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Cavs need to use momentum from "The New Shot” to jump on the Magic.

Yes the shot was beautiful, yes I screamed when I saw it go in; yes with that one shot NBA history may have been changed. The fact remains though we need to get back to what got us this far in the first place. Our defense needs to lock down. We need a small, quicker lineup to close on the threes. We need people to show up besides LeBron, we all know LeBron is here to play. Mo who’s been hot all season is 13-40 in 2 games 3-14 on 3 pointers. Daniel Gibson only played in game 1 for 3 minutes and has zeros in every column of the stat sheet. Mo has also been playing about 5 minutes longer that he normally does. You’re telling me Gibson can’t go in? I’d like to see a lineup of Mo, Delontae, LeBron, Joe Smith, and Big Z. With Gibson, Pavlovich, and Varejo coming off the bench. We need to get up big on the Magic and not let it go. We got up 23 points and LeBron came out and sat for something like 23 minutes of real time. If the Magic make three 3’s in a row they’re just about back in the game. We can’t give up those threes they’re too good. I’d rather have Howard have 35 points and 18 boards than having them get 30+ points on 3’s. Again like I said earlier we need to use this momentum to get back on our game.

Derek Blair

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