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    Cleveland Cavaliers


    It’s been 175 days since the Golden State Warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals to make the Cavaliers world champions and to end a drought for Cleveland. Since the Cavaliers have started their season, they have been off to an amazing start with 6-1 record so far.

    Right now, the Cavaliers are ranked second in the Eastern Conference. Their first game of the season against the New York Knicks was a very successful win of 117-88.

    On Saturday, they pulled off an amazing win against the Sixers with a finals score of 102-101.

    On Election Day, Cleveland played against Atlanta and got their first lost of a score of 110-106. Kyrie Irving scored 29 points, Lebron James had five assets and Kevin Love has twelve bounds. Kyrie is blaming his shoulder for a weak forth quarter.

    On Christmas, Cleveland will be playing their enemies that took our national championship two years ago and we took it back from them last year, The Golden State Warriors.

    The Warriors this season are 6-2 and in second place the Pacific Conference. Golden State lost their season opener to San Antonio of a score of 129-100 and lost to Los Angeles 117-97. They’re not looking too good this year which is good for us to get to the finals this year to take it from the Warriors once again.

    The Cavaliers next game is tomorrow against The Washington Wizards at Washington’s court

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