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After a heartbreaking loss the other night against Orlando and being down 3-1 in the series, the Cavs finally decided to step up their game and defeat Orlando last night. Most Clevelanders had given up hope on their favorite basketball team, and a lot of people (myself included), even began to buy into the whole "Cleveland Curse." But the Cavs didn't let their fans down last night, and hopefully the team will remain in high spirits and in the winning mentality to bring another victory to the Cavs. For the first time in what seems like forever, LeBron wasn't the only one scoring points last night from the field or 3-pointers. Mo Williams and Boobie Gibson were key players in last night's game, making shots that we have only seen LeBron make in recent games. Though there was no legendary buzzer-beater game-winning shot from any of the players, we got exactly what we needed to win the game--a solid defense and offense, a generous 22-point lead in the beginning of the game, and LeBron dominating the fourth quarter. Now, the series is at 3-2, and after last night's game, people are beginning to have faith in Cleveland sports once again. LeBron wasn't named MVP for just anything--and with any luck, in the next game to come, he will show Orlando why he deserved the title in the first place.

-- Elizabeth Kinkopf


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