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Raptors Rapture - Cavaliers breakdown with Nathan Beighle

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In this weeks' podcast the guys are joined by Cleveland Cavaliers expert, Nathan Beighle, as they breakdown how the Toronto Raptors matchup with the Cavs.

  • The New York Knicks game
  • The Brooklyn Nets game, and the Raptors tendency for slow starts
  • The Indiana Pacers game, the poor shooting night and the raptors coming up clutch
  • The Dallas Mavericks game and how poorly the Raptors played even in a victory
  • Serge Ibaka problems?
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder game and an amazing game ruined with technical
  • Did Casey handle the center position correctly against the Thunder?

Next Nathan helps Mike and Brian discuss the Cleveland Cavaliers.

  • What seed are the Cavaliers expected to get? How does the Cavaliers schedule line-up the rest of the way? What potential first-round opponent do you want to see the least?
  • Do the Cavaliers have enough time for everyone to gel? How much weight should you put into the Raptors and Cavaliers remaining games? How much does Kevin Loves' return help the Cavaliers
  • Can the Cavaliers defense improve enough once the playoffs start? Does the Cavaliers lack of a starting center hurt them? How improved are the Cavaliers defensively since the trade?
  • What about the Raptors worries Nathan the most?
  • Will J.R. Smith fall out of the rotation once the playoffs start? Of course a thorough breakdown of the soup incident.
  • How Jose Calderon has quietly had a huge impact on the Cavaliers season
  • LeBron James off-season plans. Who is the largest contender to Cleveland to steal LeBron next season?
  • What will the Cavaliers do with the Brooklyn Nets pick? Trade the pick or take the best player available?
  • Finally, predictions on how the Cleveland, Toronto playoff series will finish

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