Sekou Smith Says Cavs "Gotta Have A Much More Forceful Performance" From Kevin Love, Curry's "Got Bad Case Of The Westbrook Right Now"Sekou Smith talks about the Cavs' struggles with the Raptors leading to this series being tied 2-2, the impact that Kevin Love needs to play for this team to get back to playing they want to play, the Thunder's 3-1 lead over the Warriors and why he's not ready to say the Cavaliers are any kind of favorite in the Finals right now...
Stu Jackson Says "Cavs Still Have The Edge, Not Convinced Raptors Have Wherewithal To Create Same Energy"; Thunder "Playing The Best"Stu Jackson talks about which series in the playoffs has been the bigger surprise, the NBA's decision to not suspend Draymond Green for his kick to Steven Adams, why he still believes the Cavs have the edge over the Raptors, how the Cavaliers match up with the Thunder and which team is his favorite the title at this point...
Campy Russell: "Physicality" Will Result In Game 5 Win; Tyronn Lue Is A "Truth Teller"Campy Russell of Fox Sports Ohio joined Baskin & Phelps Wednesday to discuss the trend of home and away games he's seen, overcoming deficits in the series, how to defend against Lowry and Derozan, Tyronn Lue guiding the team toward a championship, and more.
Sam Amico: "Home Court Will Help [Cavs] A Lot... It Can Fix Quite A Bit"Sam Amico of Amico Hoops & Fox Sports Ohio joined Baskin & Phelps Wednesday to discuss the importance of the Cavs being at home for Game 5 of the ECF, the play of younger players vs veterans in the playoffs, execution of Ty Lue's lineups, who might step up next, and more.
Greg Swartz: Game Five At Home "Not A Must Win, But Pretty Close To It"Cavaliers lead writer Greg Swartz of Bleacher Report joined Baskin & Phelps Wednesday to discuss his feelings going into Game 5 of the ECF against Toronto, what the deal is with the lopsided first half differentials and how rotations play into it, needing to find rest for LeBron, how to revitalize Kevin Love after two off games, Kyle Lowry's huge turnaround, and more.
Doug Gottlieb Says Losing Two Games Is Good For CavsThe always opinionated Doug Gottlieb joins Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk hoops and provide a unique perspective on getting kicked in the junk on a basketball court. Plus, Gottlieb thinks that the last two losses might actually be a good thing for the Cavs.
Carman And Lima: The Man All Cavs Fans Need To FollowCavs fans have drawn a lot of criticism for not being as rowdy as other fans in the NBA Playoffs. Ken Carman and Anthony Lima have the solution to the problem and both agree that there's one man that all Cavs fans should strive to be, Dennis freakin Leebow.
Carman And Lima: Putting Ty Lue Under The MicroscopeFor the first time in his young coaching career Ty Lue is under a microscope and many of his recent decisions have been questioned locally as well as nationally. Ken Carman and Anthony Lima discuss if the criticism is valid and what adjustments Lue needs to make in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Carman And Lima: What Needs To Happen Tonight At The QKen Carman and Anthony Lima discuss what needs to happen tonight at The Q for the Cavs to regain control of the Eastern Conference Finals. Plus, Ken talks about why he has to stay away from Cavs games.
Greg Swartz: If Kevin Love Is Not Being Aggressive, "There's No Reason To Have Him Out On The Floor"Greg Swartz, Lead Cavaliers beat writer for the Bleacher Report joins Nick Wilson on the Experiment to talk about the Cavaliers vs. Raptors in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals.
Mitch Lawrence: The NBA Is An "Entertainment League", No Way They Were Going To Suspended Draymond GreenMitch Lawrence from Sirius XM NBA and contributor for Forbes.com joined Nick Wilson on the Experiment to talk about all the storylines between the NBA Eastern Conference finals and Western Conference Finals.
John Schuhmann Says If Cavs Want Any Chance At A Title, "They Have To Figure Things Out Defensively More Than Offensively"John Schuhmann talks about the Raptors' level of play in tying the Cavs at two games apiece, the Cavs' offense being dictated by Toronto's defense, whether a defensive starting lineup could be an option for Cleveland, whether the Warriors will even up the Thunder and, eventually, win this series...