The Cleveland Cavaliers lost another game but the focus has to be on the game they will play Wednesday night at home. The streaking Miami Heat is due to visit the former home of LeBron James when he and the Miami Heat return to the Q to take on the Cavaliers with hopes of extending their winning streak to 24 games in a row. The Cavs played the heat well when they were in Miami last month, they could hang on with only minutes left in the game and lost to the Heat.

The Cavs have to stay focused this time around. We all know Dan Gilbert would like nothing better than to see his Cavaliers beat the Heat and stop the streak in Cleveland. The Heat  were able to hang on in Boston to get their 23rd win in a row. The Celtics were short one of their key players just like the Cavs will be playing without Kyrie Irving. Cleveland is going to have to step it up on defense if they plan on halting this win streak.

Their going to have to find a way to slow down Miami’s big 3. They cannot make the same mistakes they did when they visited the Heat in Miami. If the Cleveland Cavaliers plan on stopping the Heat’s win streak they are going to have to play solid defense. The pressure is on the Heat. The more you win the tougher it gets to continue. It is going to be interesting this Wednesday night when LeBron and company come rolling into Cleveland.

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  1. Dennis

    Irving and Dion Waiters are BOTH out. Cavs have as much of a chance of stopping the Heat’s win streak as General Custer had at the Battle Little Bighorn!


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