On NNR Samantha Bunten of NBC Sports and I analyzed the depth chart of the Browns. There will be no shows until Thursday the 28th. Paul Banks of the Washington Times will be my guest to talk Browns and Cavs. Have a great Memorial Day and thanks for listening.
The Cavs won the game last night with both hands tied behind their back. But the Warriors were watching and they saw exactly how to beat the Cavs in the finals.
All the Warriors have to do is flood the lane. With LeBron James playing on one foot and without Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving the Caves were shooting everything from way outside. While they made a few of those, there were a lot of misses. Because James was hobbled and Irving was out, there was no one else that was able to penetrate. The Cavs D did well keeping the Hawk shooters under pressure but it will be harder to do the same against the Warriors.
Mainly due to injuries and the Hawk D, the Cavs were forced to shoot from outside. If the Cavs are going to win the title, J.R. Smith and the other “non-big 3” players are going to have to continue to contribute scoring and defense.
That is what I think. Tell us what you think by commenting here or tweeting me @NNRonDSN.
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