LeBron James on Loss to 76ers: 'We Dug Ourselves That Hole'

Jo Caldwell
April 9, 2018

Cleveland had a great come back last night after being down 17 points in the second half to beat Washington at the end.

LeBron James split a pair of free throws to make it a one-point game with 52.9 seconds left, which was followed by a stop from the Cavaliers' defense.

After a 132-130 win that went down to the wire and saw his Philadelphia 76ers surpass the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA's Eastern Conference standings Friday, Philadelphia's Ben Simmons used his Instagram account to show respect to the man widely regarded as the NBA's best player.

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In addition to the playoff positioning, the come-from-behind win served as a nice "Welcome Back" to returning coach Tyronn Lue, who returned to the sideline after missing more than two weeks of action because of persistent health issues, including pains that were "very piercing through the chest and around the rib area". Tomas Satoransky will once again start in Wall's place. There was just one problem: They were down 17 points to begin with.

The Australian rookie finished with 27 points, 15 rebounds, 13 assists and four steals.

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First, he missed a 23-foot bomb while holding a one-point lead.

Forward Cedi Osman iced the game when he stole a pass from Wall and sunk a pair of free throws in the final seconds of the fourth quarter. In each of their last 3 postseason runs, they've run through the Eastern Conference Playoffs like a Ferrari racing against Toyotas, and have been way ahead of the pack on both ends of the court. Unfortunately, Hayward went down in the first game of the season (versus the Cavaliers) with a gruesome lower leg injury, and Irving is now done for the season due to knee surgery. With some good fortune going their way late into this regular season campaign (which we will talk about a little later), the Cavaliers are now prohibitive favorites to make a 4th straight appearance in the NBA Finals. After all, a 3-1 head-to-head advantage would be extremely tough to waste, especially considering the fact that the rest of the Cavs' schedule features two games against the Knicks. Things only got worse in the third, as Cleveland was outscored 64-43 over the middle quarters yet somehow found a way to win.

"We just played our game, didn't let the hype bother us and we stuck together".

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He went on to say "This divide between James and Gilbert is political, cultural and economical".

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