The Cavs loss to the Spurs bodes well for the playoffs.

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The Cavs lost but gave the NBA Champion Spurs all they wanted and more last night. The difference was the familiarity between the players on the floor. For the most part the Spurs have been together since 1900 (OK not quite that long) while the Cavs were playing just their 10th game together. Even so the Cavs were just 1 TO from winning the game.

The strength of the Spurs is their knowledge of what every player will do in each situation. That is why they have so few turnovers. It is also what allows their ball movement.

The Cavs are on the shake down cruise portion of the schedule. Add to the new teammates the fact that both the coach and the systems on both ends of the floor are new and the early season is bound to have ups and downs. The Cavs need to work hardest on the defensive end of the floor keeping the guards out of the lane and protecting the rim better. That will come. The Cavs will only get better and the Spurs will only get older.

In the mean time just enjoy three of the best players in the world on the Cavs. This year there will be no discussion of the NBA 2015 Draft in mid December as has been the case since LeBron James left the team. There will be talk of playoffs in the late spring. That will be a pleasant change for all of the Cavs fans. So   R E L A X          A N D    E N J O Y.

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