CLEVELAND -- The Cavaliers are entering dangerous territory, the kind that can cause a team to lose a grip on the buying public way too soon in a season.
That's not a criticism. It's a harsh reality.
The latest example came Tuesday, a 91-78 embarrassment against a Phoenix team that isn't very good.
Did we mention the game was at home?
Did we mention the Cavs blew a 26-point lead against these same Suns a few weeks back -- and that coach Byron Scott projected his team would therefore come out with an "edge?"
Well, Scott was certainly justified in making such a prediction. But the only edge coming from the Cavs' side was displayed by (who else?) center Anderson Varejao.
As Scott was quick to add, "Everyone else sucked."
And that right there is the dangerous part. The Cavs need to stop sucking at The Q. They've been blown out there twice now -- or about half of the home games. That's right in front of people who come to the arena to see a basketball game.
Instead, they got th...