March 13, 2013
When we last were together in the film room, we took a closer look at Kyrie Irving dotting I's with the help of Double T. It's been a while and there's been plenty to talk about during this recent strong play from the Cavaliers. I'm going to keep it current this week, however, and break down some moments from the Cavs' improbable comeback against the Jazz on Wednesday night. I could go into C.J. Miles's 12-point fourth, Kyrie Irving's late offensive surge, or Wayne Ellington's strong performance. Instead, I'm going to credit the Cavaliers' defense for getting the key stops and forcing some turnovers to give themselves a shot at the W. Without these critical stops, the offensive surge is just a comeback effort that would've come up short. Surprisingly enough too, Kyrie Irving played a starring role in the defensive lockdown. Let's go to the film.
We'll start just after Irving checked back into the game, with the Cavs trailing by 12 and 7:26 to play. The next defensive possession for t