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Cleveland Plain Dealer
- Brian Windhorst writes his game recap for Game 6 and says LeBron James still feels good about the Cavs' future despite the loss. His Insider notes discuss Ben Wallace pondering retirement and other tidbits.
- Terry Pluto writes that the Cavs were embarrassed in Game 6.
- Bill Livingston says this painful loss shouldn't take away from a great season.
- Patrick McManamon says the loss was tough for LeBron and the fans who got behind this team.
- George Thomas writes about Ben Wallace and Zydrunas Ilgauskas pondering their future.
The Morning Journal
- Bob Finnan discusses the Cavs' future.
- Michael Arace writes about Orlando's unorthodox style of play which gave the Cavs' trouble and ponders what moves the Cavs need to make down the road.
- Rob Oller says the Cavs had better find some answers for the weaknesses Orlando exposed.
Around the Internet
- On TheClevelandFan.com, Brian McPeek looks at what went wrong this series.
- ESPN.com'sTrueHoop blog says the reason Orlando won the series was because of their better execution and Chris Broussard writes that the Cavs simply lost to the better team.
- At Yahoo! Sports, Dan Wetzel writes one of many columns questioning what this loss will do for LeBron's decision about his future in Cleveland and Kelly Dywer gives his recap of Game 6 and the series.
- SI.com has a roundtable discussion with a few of their writers about LeBron's future with the Cavs and Ian Thomsen writes about Dwight Howard's domination and why the Cavs lost to the Magic. He makes a good point that Cleveland would probably have rather faced the Celtics with Kevin Garnett than these Magic in the Finals because of the matchup problems they posed to the Cavs.
- Charley Rosen at FoxSports.com gives his reasons why the Cavs went from unbeatable to beaten. I do not agree with his assertion that "believed the hype . . . and became unbearably arrogant". He says that while the media praised their "togetherness" they actually were looking down on their opponents. I think he's making too much of that -- what's wrong with a team having fun together? I don't think they ever disrespected an opponent, and they certainly weren't taking the Magic lightly. Orlando won because they played better, not because the Cavs were overconfident.
- John Krolik at Cavs: The Blog and Kevin Pelton at basektballprospectus.com give their Game 6 recaps.
- John Schuhmann at NBA.com looks at the reasons the Cavs lost to Orlando and where they go from here.