The Cleveland Cavaliers earned a big overtime win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday, but that certainly doesn't erase the fact that the Cavs have been reeling for weeks now, and they need to find a way to string together wins.
"And he gets in these sort of moods, we've seen this for years, and he's in a mood right now and he's depressed because of the state of the roster".
"Teams are not just going to allow us to continue to score and continue to do things at a high level". So I just try to lead by example and do my job. Even LeBron James had to declare he wouldn't waive his no-trade clause.So anything's possible.Thomas finished with 13 points and seven assists in 31 minutes Wednesday, on the second night of back to back games. They're going to make adjustments. "And then we revert back to what makes us lose games".
Look, the Cavs are struggling right now.
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"I mean, when I address something, it's like I'm blaming somebody", Thomas said. But something needs to be addressed. After the game, Cavs point guard Isaiah Thomas was vocal with his criticism of the team, saying, "when adversity hits, we go our separate ways". The ball would be inbounded by Green from the other end of the court as Cavs players were spread across the floor to give James more room to maneuver around Butler who was guarding him.
The "hating hours" line has become somewhat of a catchphrase for Thomas, as the two-time All-Star often will reference it on social media and even had it printed on a T-shirt that he wore to the Cavs' game against the Houston Rockets on November 9.
The Cleveland Cavaliers won a nail-biter of a ball game, 140-138.