LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers are on the rebound after an embarrassing loss to Steph Curry’s Golden State Warriors. But will the Los Angeles Clippers ruin the Cavs’ good mood when they meet on Jan. 21? HollywoodLife.com wants you to catch this game so click to watch!
After getting spanked by the Golden State Warriors, LeBron James, 31, has gotten the Cleveland Cavaliers back on the winning track. But are Cleveland’s favorite sons in for another helping of humiliation when they face off against the Los Angeles Clippers?
Hopefully, the Clippers brought their winter coats because it’ll be cold when they roll into C-Town on Jan. 21. However, the action will quickly heat up when the Cavs and Clippers hit the court. The game kicks off at 8:00 p.m. EST, so be ready to watch every single exciting second.
LeBron and his boys are feeling much better after defeating one of the worst teams in the league, according to ESPN. The Cavs easily trashed the Brooklyn Nets on Jan. 20, winning 91-78, after they suffered a humiliating loss to Steph Curry and the Warriors on Jan. 19.
“It’s painful to get knocked down, but it’s shameful not to get back up if you get knocked down,” Cleveland’s coach David Blatt said following the loss. King James definitely needed some kind of an ego boost after Steph ran circles around the NBA champion.
The Clippers won’t be as easy to beat as the Nets, though. They currently sit in fourth place in the Western conference, according to Bleacher Report, and they were on a 10-game winning streak until the Sacramento Kings beat them on Jan. 16. This is the first time these two teams have met this season. Blake Griffin, 26, will sit this game out with a partially torn quadriceps, but the league’s best 3-point shooter, J.J. Redick, 31, will start for L.A.
“I’m learning to be more patient as the game goes on and balance that with aggressiveness, J.J. said. With a 50.0 shooting percent is his career best. Whatever J.J. is doing, it’s working. But will it be enough to get past a revitalized Cleveland, who have something to prove?
Who do you want to win this game, HollywoodLifers? Are you cheering for the Cavs or rooting on the Clippers?