Cleveland 94 Chicago 73 (2nd Round, Game 6)

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    Cleveland 94 Chicago 73 (2nd Round, Game 6)

    Cavs move to the Eastern Conference Finals with a convincing win.
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    3rd quarter really hurt Chicago. Couldn't buy a basket...

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    Bulls were a no show

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    Not a great exit by Thibs.

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    That was a miserable game to watch. Kryie has a while to get healthy now. Cavs will easily beat the Wiz/Atl.

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    Some guy named Dellavedova (I think) led the Cavs with 19 points; Tristan Thompson with 13 points and 17 rebounds. Who are these guys?

    Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Chicago Bulls - Box Score - May 14, 2015 - ESPN Chicago

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    Some guy named Dellavedova (I think) led the Cavs with 19 points; Tristan Thompson with 13 points and 17 rebounds. Who are these guys?

    Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Chicago Bulls - Box Score - May 14, 2015 - ESPN Chicago
    Role players who stepped up big when needed.

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    I remember the analysis by Shaq at the beginning or this series stating that the Bulls had the advantage of a deeper bench. I knew right then he never watched this team play. The Cavs bench obliterated (dominated is not a strong enough word here) the Bulls bench in this series. With Irving not playing half the game, and James having a sub par game, the Cavs, led by their bench , destroyed the Bulls on the road to close out a series.

    And all of this, without Kevin Love.

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    As good as Dellabedova played offensively, he was even better defensively. He is the first person I have seen who pretty much shut down Derrick Rose going to the basket. Rose could not get past him.

    The Bulls were embarrassed last night and that was probably the straw that broke the back of Thibs in Chicago, if there was any doubt about him leaving.

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