But the play he made -- passing out to Donyell Marshall for the trey -- was not the terrible play some have made it out to be. It was a good, smart basketball play; actually, gutsy, considering it was a decision to go for the win rather than the tie. It just wasn't the best option in my opinion.
Let me also say this: LeBron's decision to pull back on his aggressiveness in the second half of Game 2 baffles me. He's been aggressive for one half of basketball this series, and the Cavs won that half by 12, so he's got to play that way for 48 minutes.
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