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Jun 11, 2007 12:53am ET
Though They Still Have A Shot, Cavs Must Adjust
In the AKRON BEACON JOURNAL, Brian Windhorst writes “the Cavaliers have been the better fourth-quarter team in the NBA Finals, which usually is an indicator of the winner. The San Antonio Spurs have been so overwhelmingly dominant for the other 75 percent of the game, it has been rendered mostly meaningless. It's not over, yet. After all, last year the Miami Heat dropped two games in Texas to the Dallas Mavericks before roaring back to claim the title. But the Cavs still have a load of things to clean up as they head home to Quicken Loans Arena for what they hope is the next three games.”

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