The Cleveland Cavaliers have their first winning streak of the season as they defeated the Boston Celtics Friday night. After the past four years, some of you might not be familiar with what a winning streak is. Here's a helpful tutorial:
ON TO THE TWEETS!
Recaps from the pros:
Crazy fourth quarter last night, huh? @CavsJoeG recaps how #Cavs capped off a win in Boston: http://t.co/H8M2e4OMjC pic.twitter.com/sh25dLC9PV— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) November 15, 2014
Watch: @ESPNForsberg and @mcten discuss Cavs' big comeback against Celtics. http://t.co/n5Th53Xm3D— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) November 15, 2014
Despite a gutsy 122-121 win over the Celtics, #Cavs must improve defense and rim protection to be taken seriously http://t.co/IHLtxATEfO— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) November 15, 2014
Random dribbles: With LeBron, all things again prove possible for Cavs. http://t.co/0iI66H4IdM— Sam Amico (@SamAmicoFSO) November 15, 2014
New story: How Kyrie urged LeBron to take the game over late in the Cavs' 19-point 4th quarter comeback in Boston http://t.co/yZzW1xCG39— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) November 15, 2014
Cavs 122, Celtics 121: Jason Lloyd's 27 final thoughts on dramatic comeback: BOSTON: Twenty-seven thoughts f... http://t.co/lV1z4sjL2p— Jason Lloyd (@JasonLloydABJ) November 15, 2014
One thing of note from Jason Lloyd's recap is the possibility of Joe Harris getting a spot in the starting lineup in the near future:
With the way he is progressing and as well as he is playing, Joe Harris will be the starting shooting guard sooner rather than later. Much sooner. As in within a couple of weeks (or less), one source with knowledge of the team’s thinking said. At least one member of the Cavs’ brain trust is already in favor of the switch.
The move would certainly be an interesting one, as the Cavs would be swapping more established players with higher ceilings in Dion Waiters and Shawn Marion for Harris, who would be asked to solely fit a specific role. If Harris were able to seize this opportunity, it would really make for an impressive second unit for the Cavaliers once Dellavedova returns. Delly, Waiters, Marion and Thompson are more than capable of holding down the 6-9 spots in a rotation.
Goodness from the world wide web:
Love this pic. #GoCavs pic.twitter.com/f5m2l8sE5K— ryan (@RyInCBus) November 15, 2014
Tristan will never look normal in a picture and I love him for it.
LeBron James drops season-high 41 points as Cavaliers overcome 19-point 4th-quarter deficit to beat Celtics, 122-121. pic.twitter.com/XqDp9CqHr8— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 15, 2014
MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKE! Stay. Away. From. The. Powder.
The Cavs defense was fairly rough for most of the night. Maybe we need this dude:
When white privilege gets defeated. https://t.co/kYhxzuZ0dC— alex (@steven_lebron) November 15, 2014
The defense really had me sweating at times, but not like this dude:
When you find out Coach Pitino checks his daughter's text messages. pic.twitter.com/k1s1OPdwmY— jared (@TrizGallo) November 15, 2014
Like... That's just silly RT @MykeDSOM: https://t.co/VuZAoMWh4J— Justin Rowan (@Cavsanada) November 15, 2014
There was some mention recently that the Cavs should trade Kyrie Irving for Rajon Rondo. Apparently the Cavs don't even need to trade for Rondo in order for him to help them win:
Rondo https://t.co/sTjgkH9Y7w— Julie Phayer (@juliephayer) November 15, 2014
Presented without comment:
Mike Conley and I were freshmen together in Columbus. Have a lot in common.— David Zavac (@DavidZavac) November 14, 2014
The Cavs will take on the Atlanta Hawks Saturday night. It should be another great test for the team and it's also one of the more fun fan bases in the league. Hawks Twitter's continuity and chemistry is what the Cavs should strive for on the court:
That's a beauty. RT @seth_rosenthal: Hawks Twitter is reaching frightening levels of synchrony pic.twitter.com/fZtDzz2aNk— Brad Rowland (@BTRowland) November 15, 2014
Hopefully there will be more fun Saturday night and another Cavs win.