Time to lay it all on the line

Game 7. One shot. One opportunity.

The Cavaliers weren’t supposed to be in this situation. They weren’t even expected to make their semifinal matchup against the Pistons a competitive series. But the Cavs have proven most of the NBA wrong and find themselves facing a Game 7 against the Detroit Pistons, arguably the best team in the league.

Win, and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals. Lose, and go home. As young ballers hooping it up on the playgrounds, most of the Cavaliers I’m sure dreamt about one day playing in game like this and Sunday they will get their chance.

Damon Jones’ three against Washington. LeBron’s baseline layup. The Cavaliers’ exciting playoff ride undoubtedly has had its fair share of drama. The Cavs have played with a renewed sense of passion and desire since the untimely death of Justin Hughes. The passing of Larry’s brother has provided inspiration for the team and the Cavs have a chance to continue their unforgettable postseason run with one more victory. Can LeBron lead the team to victory one last time? That remains to be seen. No matter how you look at Game 7 against Detroit, it will be one with great intensity. Both teams will leave everything on the floor. At this point, both opponents know pretty much everything about one another. Scouting reports and watching tape is helpful but what it really comes down to is heart and who wants it more. The Cavs have one game to show the world what they are made of. Let’s do it!

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