Can this Cavs team lose any worse? That’s a legit question at this point. Despite the Bulls being just as bad as the Wine & Gold going into Monday night, the Cavs lost by 16 to them and gave them their 11th win of the season. That event firmly shoved the Cavs into last place in the entire league.
The Cavs were without Tristan Thompson and Larry Nance Jr., but if there’s one team they could possibly beat short-handed, the Bulls were it. Moving on though…
I included the above picture to remind people that even though Kyrie is no longer playing like the disheveled looking man he was at the beginning of the season, he’s saying all the things one would. He has called out his teammates during the past two weeks and seems to think he’s the man that won Cleveland a championship, not LeBron. Well, us Cavs fans know what’s what.
And, fortunately tonight, Irving is out with the flu and won’t be able to prove anything otherwise.
The Cavs are still without TT and Nance, as well as David Nwaba. Despite Irving being out, the Cavs still have virtually zero chance of even slowing Celtics. If the Cavs lose by less than thirty, I’m counting this game as a win.