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LeBron James Doesn't Disappoint

Michael Jordan has been known for having the greatest buzzer-beater in NBA history, but last night, that all changed as LeBron James scored a 3-point shot in the final seconds of the game. This was the kind of ending for a basketball game that is typically only seen in movies; and after the devastating loss on Tuesday, the win last night was incredible, with the final score totaling 96-95 in the second game of the series. As epic as LeBron's final shot was, the team wouldn't have been able to make it to the victory without the help of Sasha Pavlovic, who scored 9 points in 21 minutes and helped the Cavs build a 43-20 lead last night by the first quarter. The team looked much more together last night than they had on Tuesday, with a much stronger offensive strategy and more teamwork going on between the players. Hopefully the Cavs are back to their winning streak once again, but only time will tell. The next game is on Sunday in Orlando, and after the Magic defeated us at our home court, I think it's time to give them a taste of their own medicine.

-- Elizabeth Kinkopf


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