Found November 12, 2012 on Stepien Rules:
With seven games and two weeks in the books for the wine and gold you can start to see trends taking shape, some good and some bad.  In the end the Cavs started the week out with a buzz and ended it with a whimper.  Such ups and downs should be expected from a team this young and a roster so incomplete.  But as a proud shareholder of Glass Half Full Incorporated I think I’ll start with the good news. I hate when people talk about “a case of the Mondays” but if this is what they mean I’d buy 20 cases and stock my basement for the winter.  I can count on one hand the amount of times I’ve been down right euphoric while watching the Cavs since that cat left.  This night was one of them.  Kyrie continued to show the NBA world that he’s coming and with a small slate of games in the association, people were watching.  They tuned in to watch Kyrie vs Paul for the first time.  The 20 year old accepted the challenge and went at Paul all night starting with 16 points in the first quarter and ...
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