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How the Cleveland Cavaliers Can Win Game 3 of the NBA Finals

It won't be easy, but there is a recipe for the Cavaliers to win Game 3.

There’s no way to sugar coat the first two games of the NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers have simply been outplayed and look over-matched in volume three of their finals trilogy against the Golden State Warriors.

If you log on to your favorite social media outlet today, you will likely see hot takes coming at you from every direction, with most ending in the same point—the Cavaliers do not have what it takes to overcome the addition of Kevin Durant. In fact, many have already moved on to “next year” and are looking at ways to acquire Jimmy Butler, Paul George or Carmelo Anthony.

Since there are some of us who refuse to not cherish every moment of the NBA Finals and the opportunity of competing for a championship (instead of packing it in and focusing on offseason moves already like some members of the social verse), let’s focus on the here and now—starting with Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday night right here in Cleveland.

This may go against popular opinion, but the Cavaliers can in fact win a basketball game in this series. In fact, if the Cavaliers can execute the following three items on Wednesday night in front of their home crowd, not only could they win a basketball game, but they may have the opportunity to completely alter the outcome of this series.

Changing of the Guard

In the first two games of the NBA Finals, J.R. Smith has started at the shooting guard position and contributed next to nothing on both ends of the court. He finished game one 1-of-4 from the floor with three points in 28 minutes. As for the rest of his game one stat line? He had no rebounds, assists, steals or blocks, while adding in two turnovers and one personal foul in the team’s 113-91 loss. Game two was even worse, if you can fathom that statement, as he went 0-of-2 from the floor with two rebounds, one turnover and four fouls (two of them coming on three-point attempts) in 18 minutes.

The 2016-2017 season has been one to forget for Smith, as he finished the regular season (41 games played) with his worst field goal percentage (34.6 percent) of his career and worst three-point percentage (35.1 percent) since the 2011-2012 season in New York. His scoring average of 8.6 points per game in the regular season was his worst since 2005-2006, as his attempts per game plummeted to just 8.7 during the regular season (average of 11.1 in his career).

For most fans, with Smith missing half of the regular season for injuries and personal reasons, they hoped the light would go on in the playoffs like last year. In his 21 games on the way to a title, he averaged 11.5 points per game and shot 43.6 percent from the field with a 43 percent rate from three. He was also known for his relentless defense during the team’s playoff run last year.

What is interesting in regard to Smith is that the playoffs have been much better to him in terms of shooting percentage, as he is shooting 45.6 percent from the field and 43.4 percent from three. However, his shot attempts have literally been cut in half—as he is only attempting 4.5 per game in the playoffs. For comparison, last year Smith took nine attempts per game with 7.2 of them coming from three. This year, he is taking 4.5 attempts per game with 3.5 of them from three.

For one reason or another, it seems like there is something wrong with Smith and with the Cavs facing the 0-2 deficit heading home on Wednesday night, it is time for a change. That change should come with Iman Shumpert starting at shooting guard.

In a series where the Cavaliers have played very poor defense (245 points given up on 46.6 percent shooting from the floor), Shumpert’s defensive intensity is badly needed. On top of his defense, the 26-year old is coming off one of the best statistical seasons of his career, as he shot 41.1 percent from the floor (career average of 39.6) and 36 percent from three (career average of 34 percent).

Though this writer personally cringes every time Shumpert starts dribbling the ball (do not lie, you do too), his defensive ability and quick hands (three steals on Sunday night) could be a major difference maker when it comes to setting the tone early in the first quarter. Instead of letting the Warriors get into a rhythm where they are currently averaging 37.5 first quarter points in this series, Shumpert could channel his inner Matthew Dellavedova and attach himself to Steph Curry, who found his way to the line 10 times in the first quarter in game two.

Take it Slow

For a team that averaged 110.3 and gave up 107.2 points per game in the 2016-2017 regular season, slowing a basketball game down is a tough pill to swallow. But if the first two games of this series have painted a picture of how not to beat the Warriors, it comes down to two simple stats. 195 shot attempts (97.5 per game) and 58 fast break points (28.5 per game).

The Golden State Warriors love to get out and run with the ball. It puts the defense in a bad spot and creates open looks for a team that attempted 87.1 shots and 22.6 three-point attempts per game during the regular season. In this series, they are at 97.5 and 33.5 respectively.

No matter how you slice it, you cannot allow a team that finished third in three-point percentage (38.3 percent) and first in field goal percentage (49.5 percent) that many shot opportunities in a game. They have too many great shooters, and not all of them are going to go cold during the course of a game.

With this in mind, the way to slow Warriors down is to limit their shot opportunities, which hopefully means one or two of their shooters cannot get into a rhythm. The hope, obviously, being that one or two of those players is Curry or Durant. If you can force either of them out of rhythm (Durant is shooting at an insane 55.8 percent from the field in the playoffs), that will help immensely in evening the playing field in this series.

Help Kyrie Flip the Switch

In last year’s NBA Finals, Kyrie Irving was truly the Robin to LeBron James’ batman. He averaged 27.1 points, 3.9 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game on 46.8 percent shooting from the floor and 40.5 percent from three-point land. And as we all know, was able to hit “The Shot” that propelled the Cavaliers to their game seven victory on the road.

Through two games this series, Irving is far from Robin mode like last year. He is averaging 21.5 points, 2.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game and shooting 50 percent from three-point land, but the impact isn’t the same as he is shooting just 40 percent from the field.

As it was pointed out time and time again by a friend of mine while we were watching the game last night, it seems the main deterrent in Irving’s game right now is the offensive matchup against Klay Thompson. Thompson’s defensive prowess is clearly impacting Irving, as he is far less aggressive and not finishing shot attempts anything like the “Uncle Drew” we all know him to be.

The best example of this last night was when Ian Clark was in the game. With Clark on him, Irving went full on “Uncle Drew” and had Clark guessing wrong on which way he was going as he blew by him to the rack. Irving was like a bull who saw red with Clark on him—something we did not see much of last night.

So, how do you get Thompson off Irving? More Pick and Roll.

For whatever reason, it seems like the Cavaliers have forgotten they have some very effective PnR duos on their team—especially when Irving and Tristan Thompson are running it. If Tristan can set an effective screen on Klay, it will either force Klay to try and fight through or give Irving an advantage one on one against one of the big men of the Warriors.

If you think about the Cavaliers offense as a whole early in the game, usually the focus is on getting Kevin Love going early or James attacking. While both players have been very good in this series, it is time for the Cavaliers to get Irving going early in Game 3.

With Irving’s ability to force defenders out of position and get them moving around more on defense, it opens up opportunities for the Cavaliers shooters as well. It also has the added value of forcing guys like Curry to actually play defense instead of conserving energy like he is doing now. If you can force a shooter to lose energy during the course of a game on defense, anyone who played basketball will tell you it impacts your shot in a big way because once you get tired, your legs start to give out a little underneath you.

Final Word

The first two games of the 2017 NBA Finals were obviously far from what anyone hoped for. Down 0-2, the Cavaliers have put themselves in a major hole leaving no room for error when it comes to defending home court—but this series is far from over.

Executing the three suggestions from this article could flip the script on the Warriors and get them playing out of their comfort zone for the first time since the Spurs were up 25 on them. If you can take shooters out of their comfort zone on the road in a hostile environment, anything can happen.

Here’s to hoping that “anything” can happen on Wednesday night. 


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So, how do you get Thompson off Irving? More Pick and Roll.

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For whatever reason, it seems like the Cavaliers have forgotten they have some very effective PnR duos on their team—especially when Irving and Tristan Thompson are running it. If Tristan can set an effective screen on Klay, it will either force Klay to try and fight through or give Irving an advantage one on one against one of the big men of the Warriors.

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If you think about the Cavaliers offense as a whole early in the game, usually the focus is on getting Kevin Love going early or James attacking. While both players have been very good in this series, it is time for the Cavaliers to get Irving going early in Game 3.

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With Irving’s ability to force defenders out of position and get them moving around more on defense, it opens up opportunities for the Cavaliers shooters as well. It also has the added value of forcing guys like Curry to actually play defense instead of conserving energy like he is doing now. If you can force a shooter to lose energy during the course of a game on defense, anyone who played basketball will tell you it impacts your shot in a big way because once you get tired, your legs start to give out a little underneath you.

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Final Word
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The first two games of the 2017 NBA Finals were obviously far from what anyone hoped for. Down 0-2, the Cavaliers have put themselves in a major hole leaving no room for error when it comes to defending home court—but this series is far from over.

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Executing the three suggestions from this article could flip the script on the Warriors and get them playing out of their comfort zone for the first time since the Spurs were up 25 on them. If you can take shooters out of their comfort zone on the road in a hostile environment, anything can happen.

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Here’s to hoping that “anything” can happen on Wednesday night. 

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There’s no way to sugar coat the first two games of the NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers have simply been outplayed and look over-matched in volume three of their finals trilogy against the Golden State Warriors.

If you log on to your favorite social media outlet today, you will likely see hot takes coming at you from every direction, with most ending in the same point—the Cavaliers do not have what it takes to overcome the addition of Kevin Durant. In fact, many have already moved on to “next year” and are looking at ways to acquire Jimmy Butler, Paul George or Carmelo Anthony.

Since there are some of us who refuse to not cherish every moment of the NBA Finals and the opportunity of competing for a championship (instead of packing it in and focusing on offseason moves already like some members of the social verse), let’s focus on the here and now—starting with Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday night right here in Cleveland.

This may go against popular opinion, but the Cavaliers can in fact win a basketball game in this series. In fact, if the Cavaliers can execute the following three items on Wednesday night in front of their home crowd, not only could they win a basketball game, but they may have the opportunity to completely alter the outcome of this series.

Changing of the Guard

In the first two games of the NBA Finals, J.R. Smith has started at the shooting guard position and contributed next to nothing on both ends of the court. He finished game one 1-of-4 from the floor with three points in 28 minutes. As for the rest of his game one stat line? He had no rebounds, assists, steals or blocks, while adding in two turnovers and one personal foul in the team’s 113-91 loss. Game two was even worse, if you can fathom that statement, as he went 0-of-2 from the floor with two rebounds, one turnover and four fouls (two of them coming on three-point attempts) in 18 minutes.

The 2016-2017 season has been one to forget for Smith, as he finished the regular season (41 games played) with his worst field goal percentage (34.6 percent) of his career and worst three-point percentage (35.1 percent) since the 2011-2012 season in New York. His scoring average of 8.6 points per game in the regular season was his worst since 2005-2006, as his attempts per game plummeted to just 8.7 during the regular season (average of 11.1 in his career).

For most fans, with Smith missing half of the regular season for injuries and personal reasons, they hoped the light would go on in the playoffs like last year. In his 21 games on the way to a title, he averaged 11.5 points per game and shot 43.6 percent from the field with a 43 percent rate from three. He was also known for his relentless defense during the team’s playoff run last year.

What is interesting in regard to Smith is that the playoffs have been much better to him in terms of shooting percentage, as he is shooting 45.6 percent from the field and 43.4 percent from three. However, his shot attempts have literally been cut in half—as he is only attempting 4.5 per game in the playoffs. For comparison, last year Smith took nine attempts per game with 7.2 of them coming from three. This year, he is taking 4.5 attempts per game with 3.5 of them from three.

For one reason or another, it seems like there is something wrong with Smith and with the Cavs facing the 0-2 deficit heading home on Wednesday night, it is time for a change. That change should come with Iman Shumpert starting at shooting guard.

In a series where the Cavaliers have played very poor defense (245 points given up on 46.6 percent shooting from the floor), Shumpert’s defensive intensity is badly needed. On top of his defense, the 26-year old is coming off one of the best statistical seasons of his career, as he shot 41.1 percent from the floor (career average of 39.6) and 36 percent from three (career average of 34 percent).

Though this writer personally cringes every time Shumpert starts dribbling the ball (do not lie, you do too), his defensive ability and quick hands (three steals on Sunday night) could be a major difference maker when it comes to setting the tone early in the first quarter. Instead of letting the Warriors get into a rhythm where they are currently averaging 37.5 first quarter points in this series, Shumpert could channel his inner Matthew Dellavedova and attach himself to Steph Curry, who found his way to the line 10 times in the first quarter in game two.

Take it Slow

For a team that averaged 110.3 and gave up 107.2 points per game in the 2016-2017 regular season, slowing a basketball game down is a tough pill to swallow. But if the first two games of this series have painted a picture of how not to beat the Warriors, it comes down to two simple stats. 195 shot attempts (97.5 per game) and 58 fast break points (28.5 per game).

The Golden State Warriors love to get out and run with the ball. It puts the defense in a bad spot and creates open looks for a team that attempted 87.1 shots and 22.6 three-point attempts per game during the regular season. In this series, they are at 97.5 and 33.5 respectively.

No matter how you slice it, you cannot allow a team that finished third in three-point percentage (38.3 percent) and first in field goal percentage (49.5 percent) that many shot opportunities in a game. They have too many great shooters, and not all of them are going to go cold during the course of a game.

With this in mind, the way to slow Warriors down is to limit their shot opportunities, which hopefully means one or two of their shooters cannot get into a rhythm. The hope, obviously, being that one or two of those players is Curry or Durant. If you can force either of them out of rhythm (Durant is shooting at an insane 55.8 percent from the field in the playoffs), that will help immensely in evening the playing field in this series.

Help Kyrie Flip the Switch

In last year’s NBA Finals, Kyrie Irving was truly the Robin to LeBron James’ batman. He averaged 27.1 points, 3.9 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game on 46.8 percent shooting from the floor and 40.5 percent from three-point land. And as we all know, was able to hit “The Shot” that propelled the Cavaliers to their game seven victory on the road.

Through two games this series, Irving is far from Robin mode like last year. He is averaging 21.5 points, 2.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game and shooting 50 percent from three-point land, but the impact isn’t the same as he is shooting just 40 percent from the field.

As it was pointed out time and time again by a friend of mine while we were watching the game last night, it seems the main deterrent in Irving’s game right now is the offensive matchup against Klay Thompson. Thompson’s defensive prowess is clearly impacting Irving, as he is far less aggressive and not finishing shot attempts anything like the “Uncle Drew” we all know him to be.

The best example of this last night was when Ian Clark was in the game. With Clark on him, Irving went full on “Uncle Drew” and had Clark guessing wrong on which way he was going as he blew by him to the rack. Irving was like a bull who saw red with Clark on him—something we did not see much of last night.

Uncle Drew cooked Ian Clark last night
@cavs @KyrieIrving#nba #nbafinals #scmustsee #sctop10 #defendtheland #cavs #kyrieirving #uncledrew pic.twitter.com/cJtGcwj9pg

— rankplays (@rankplays) June 5, 2017

So, how do you get Thompson off Irving? More Pick and Roll.

For whatever reason, it seems like the Cavaliers have forgotten they have some very effective PnR duos on their team—especially when Irving and Tristan Thompson are running it. If Tristan can set an effective screen on Klay, it will either force Klay to try and fight through or give Irving an advantage one on one against one of the big men of the Warriors.

If you think about the Cavaliers offense as a whole early in the game, usually the focus is on getting Kevin Love going early or James attacking. While both players have been very good in this series, it is time for the Cavaliers to get Irving going early in Game 3.

With Irving’s ability to force defenders out of position and get them moving around more on defense, it opens up opportunities for the Cavaliers shooters as well. It also has the added value of forcing guys like Curry to actually play defense instead of conserving energy like he is doing now. If you can force a shooter to lose energy during the course of a game on defense, anyone who played basketball will tell you it impacts your shot in a big way because once you get tired, your legs start to give out a little underneath you.

Final Word

The first two games of the 2017 NBA Finals were obviously far from what anyone hoped for. Down 0-2, the Cavaliers have put themselves in a major hole leaving no room for error when it comes to defending home court—but this series is far from over.

Executing the three suggestions from this article could flip the script on the Warriors and get them playing out of their comfort zone for the first time since the Spurs were up 25 on them. If you can take shooters out of their comfort zone on the road in a hostile environment, anything can happen.

Here’s to hoping that “anything” can happen on Wednesday night.

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