AT&T CENTER--Misery, and cold fronts, seem to follow the Cleveland Cavaliers where ever they go these days. With a drearily cold drizzle arriving at the arena roughly around the same time as their team bus, the Cavaliers found no refuge in the warm confines of the AT&T Center.
Inside the Cavaliers ran into the NBA's hottest team on a night when the San Antonio Spurs managed to correct the few flaws that had plagued them this early in the season. Namely, Tim Duncan reached into his old bag of tricks to solve a new problem, shrugging off his cold spell with a vintage bank shot from the wing. Duncan shot 4-for-6 from the field, Tiago Splitter picked up where he left off from the night before, dropping in a variety of hook shots and quick step through moves (with a dunk no less), and the game was over faster than Cavaliers coach Mike Brown could say, "Dellavedova, you're starting off guarding Tony Parker tonight."no comments