For some reason, this postseason has had two consistencies when it comes to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Firstly, the Cavs have decimated their opponent for two straight Game 2’s. They rolled over the Detroit Pistons in the second game of the opening series, and just wrecked the Atlanta Hawks in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semis.
The other consistency? Players from each respective opponent’s need to open their mouths after such convincing losses.
For Detroit, it was rookie Stanley Johnson making the ill-advised claim he was in LeBron James’ head. As we all know, this belief proved to be false.
Atlanta, however, took a different route – calling out Cleveland’s apparent lack of class.