Life's most important lessons are sometimes gleaned during the course of painful experiences, and if that is true, then the Christmas Day beat-down suffered by the Los Angeles Lakers should prove to be a valuable teaching moment. It would be easy to chalk this up as a bad game for the Lakers, but what the Cleveland Cavaliers accomplished was of aáfar more sinister nature, and left the Lakers in need of some self-reflection. For one, the Cavaliers looked much more prepared for this contest and had a game plan that they executed to the highest degree, to which Los Angeles was never able to recognize or adjust. Cleveland decided to directly attack what had been considered the strength of the Lakers, their post players, with their own big men, and Los Angeles was for the first time this seaso ...
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