The Cleveland Cavaliers’ defense lived up to the adjectival definition of their nickname last night against the Detroit Pistons, getting utterly shellacked by a score of 113-86. At one point, the Pistons led by 37. At another point, the Pistons were shooting 60-plus percent from the field, 92 percent from the free throw line, and a stunning 92 percent from three-point range.
Mitch Albom normally wields the golden pen over at the Detroit Free Press, but for this matchup, the quote of the day goes to Michael Rosenberg:
Cleveland coach Mike Brown can stay up all night watching film, drawing up plays and holding a séance with James Naismith. Unless he convinces Ben Wallace to retire, his team can’t win this series.
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