Seven months removed from training camp and 10 days shy of the start of the playoffs, it's not realistic to make philosophical shifts in the NBA.
But it seems the Cavaliers have come to the realization that they need to shake up the way they operate on offense late in games. The team has been struggling to execute in pressure situations, especially the familiar look of LeBron James isolated at the top of the key. Although his multidimensional playmaking skills have won the Cavs plenty of games over the years, even he sees the need to alter some of the play designs.
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Better late than never