Found January 23, 2012 on Waiting For Next Year:
Offensively, I have no clue of what we are doing. It’s a lot of one-of-one basketball. We want to the ball to go from one side of the floor to the other and I can’t recall one time tonight when we did that. And, these are things we were preaching before the game. Until we start playing as a team on both ends of the floor, we are going to continue to see these kinds of outcomes. [...] It’s worse than last season. I know we’re better than this. To come out last night and perform the way we did was disappointing, but to come out again after what we talked about and pretty much give the same performance is even worse.  This is a problem we have to fix quickly.

- Veteran power forward Antawn Jamison on the recent three-game plight of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavaliers amassed zero second-chance points in the loss to the Atlanta Hawks following a 10-point loss to the Golden State Warriors and a 39-point loss to the Chicago Bulls who were playing without reigning MVP Derrick Rose.

[Related: Cavaliers Get Smashed In Atlanta, Have Lost Last Three By Seventy-Six Points]

(Source: Tom Reed, Plain Dealer)


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