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The Cleveland Curse?

It seems as though Cleveland sports fans have been cursed over the years because time after time, Cleveland lucks out and gets a good sports team, only to mess up when it's most important to play well. This curse is not limited to any one sport, but it's been most noticeable in the Indians because they flip-flop--having an incredible baseball team and then a horrible baseball team. Unfortunately, it seems as though the Cavs are about to start following suit. After having one of the best record in the NBA, Mike Brown being named the coach of the year, and LeBron James being named MVP, the Cavs' journey to the finals seemed inevitable. After sweeping the first two teams in the series, it seemed impossible to not make it to the finals...that is, until the Cavs had to play Orlando, and everything fell apart. Last night's game only contributed to the "Cleveland Curse" that seems to follow every sports team from Cleveland, and though the game was tied and it went into an impressive overtime, they ultimately lost to Orlando Magic...once again. That makes Cleveland down 3-1 in the series right now, and they have to win this next game if they want to stay in it. Three out of the four games played between Cleveland and Orlando have been decided by two points or less, meaning that the Cavs certainly have the potential to win against Orlando, and it's not impossible to do so. Cleveland has been long known as the "Mistake on the Lake," and if the Cavs lose the next game, Cleveland's nickname will be changed to "Heartbreak on the Lake." The happiness of Cleveland's sports fans and the spirit of Cleveland is resting in the hands of the Cavs, so hopefully Mike Brown is creating a way to coach the Cavs to victory once again.


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