Fans call for ‘black-out’ at the Q, Cavs ready to ‘attack’ in Game 6

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — We’ve been saying this is a ‘do or die game’ for awhile now…but the Cavaliers keep doing!

And now they aim to do it again in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

But what should we expect from the wine and gold in this, the most important game to date in the history of the franchise?

Can LeBron James and Kyrie Irving dial up historic outings again?

That may be a bit too much to ask, but with 20,000 strong cheering, there’s no telling what could happen.

The Cavs won Game 5 in Oakland Monday night wearing black-sleeved jerseys. This led to calls from fans for a ‘black-out’ at Quicken Loans Arena tonight.

The team will pass out black T-shirts to fans.

Under NBA rules, the Cavs can’t wear the black jerseys for an NBA Finals home game, which is unfortunate because the team is unbeaten in them.

But the Cavs are coming into the game with a plan.

“We’ll continue to attack and not turn the ball over and stop those guys,” said James. “Stephen played … one of those barrages from the perimeter…even with Andrew Bogut out that’s so much fire power it doesn’t take any focus out of mind going into Game 6.”

Draymond Green will be back in the game after sitting out Game 5.

Continuing coverage here. 


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