Heat vs Cavaliers NBA 2010 Rematch: No Extra Security Needed

By on Dec 15, 2010 in Basketball, Sports Comments

MIAMI, Florida — It’s Miami Heat versus Cleveland Cavaliers Rematch for the regular season of the NBA 2010-11 on Wednesday, December 15, 2010 7:30 PM ET at the American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida based on the NBA 2010 schedule of games at NBA.com. Some people are calling this match up as LeBron vs Cleveland Round Two. However, unlike the December 2, 2010 game in Cleveland, there will be no additional security that will be in place at Miami. All other security precautions that seems like a paranoia will not be present this time as LeBron James go up against his former team on his home court. The “Akron Hates You” chants will not be there either.

This will be the first game that James will go up against Cleveland without any sideline distraction.

According to NBA.com, it seems to be a dull rematch compared with the first meeting between the Heat and Cavaliers. One proof is the lesser number of reporters who covered the Tuesday practice of the Heat. James estimated the reporters who covered the Miami vs Cleveland first game to be around “300”.
In his first game against Cleveland, Miami superstar James had 28 points to win the game for the Heat against the Cavaliers.

The Cavaliers (7-17) have lost eight straight games with four of those games by at least 20 points. On the other hand, Miami (18-8) has won nine of its last 10 games with a doble-digit winning margin. If they get the win against the Cavaliers with at least ten points, the Heat will join the 2007-08 Houston Rockets, 2003-04 New Jersey Nets and 1946-47 Washington Capitols in the NBA‘s list of teams with 10 straight wins with a winning margin of at least ten points.

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