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- Morris may be headed to Lakers after buyout with Pistons - February 21, 2020
The Cavaliers know how to hit and run. Just ask the San Antonio Spurs or Detroit Pistons or Denver Nuggets.
The Cavs are at it again — winning on the road. They are coming off a biggie at the Pepsi Center in Denver, a game in which they built a big lead then made all the crucial shots down the stretch.
Now they get to face LeBron James and the Lakers in Los Angeles (10:30 p.m., FOX Sports Ohio). That’s more like a suicide mission than another road game.
LeBron and the Lakers sport the best record in the West at 32-7. And they are more than just LeBron and Anthony Davis. They are a veteran team with a veteran coach in Frank Vogel.