After a 103-92 thrashing in Game 2 that many felt was nowhere near as competitive as the final score suggested, James and the Cavs retreat to Cleveland down two games against the Spurs. It's the same hole they were in after two games against the Pistons, but the first two games against the Spurs have been less the tale of missed opportunities than a story of domination.
With Bruce Bowen shutting down James on defense and the talented trio of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili cruising on offense, the Spurs look the part of a dynasty in waiting. But what will happen as the series moves to the shores of Lake Erie? Can the Cavaliers rally?