By GinaEastabrooks
1 years ago

Wade: "We lose a lot of energy going up every night"

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"It's no secret that we started matches in a horrible way," the Cavaliers guard said after the sixth loss of the season.

The level of alarm in Cleveland rose yesterday after falling to the Atlanta Hawks who came to Quickens Loans Arena with eight consecutive losses. That slip left the Cavaliers with a balance of just four wins in ten games, one in the last five games, and with some friction between the two classic sides that exist within a team: holders and reserves. "It's no secret in the locker room: our first unit has to start the matches better," said Dwayne Wade, who begged the starting players to leave the second unit with an advantage on the scoreboard. "I'm waiting for that to happen, we definitely have to start better," he added.

In the six losses accumulated this season, the Ohio franchise always finished the first quarter behind on the score by an average of nine points. In the other four games, luck was more spread: against Celtics and Wizards, the Cavs started the second period with an advantage. Against the Bucks, with a tie at 25 and against the Bulls, ten below. "We started the games in a horrible way, then you have to spend a lot of energy trying to go back 16 or 18 points and it's hard to do that every night," continued a Wade who has been three times in the starting line-up: Celtics, Bucks and Magic Win, tie and defeat in the first quarter respectively.
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