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I didn’t want to lay double-digits with Golden State in the first two games and split. Then in game #3 my gut told me not to trust the Cavaliers over four quarters and use them early. Unfortunately they miraculously blew an eight-point lead with two minutes to go in the first quarter @ -1 and the end result was a push and naturally covered the first half. As a buddy who is an on-line oddsmaker said "it’s amazing how much respect a home team gets when trailing 2-0" referring to the fact the Cavs were actually favored in the first quarter and pick’em in the first half in game #3 despite being an underdog in the game of more than three-points. Needless to say, quite unusual, and only in the playoffs. Now another strange intangible tonight. For the first time in this series the two teams play with just one day off so depth may play a factor and the return of Andre Iguodala to the lineup is obviously huge. In addition I thought Cleveland wasted terrific games by Kevin Love and Rodney Hood, although despite his scoring, Hood was -12 when in the game (worst on the team). LeBron spoke yesterday about the IQ of Golden State and I would concur. Having a guy like Iguodala back makes a significant impact. He was +14 in game #3. Golden State won by eight points despite Curry and Thompson a combined 7-of-27 for 25.9 percent. I doubt that happens… Read more…

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