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The Cleveland Cavaliers will be lounging out Thursday while they await their second-round opponent.
“I’m bringing the staff over to the house tomorrow, coaching staff, everybody who works in this building, so like 60 to 70 people come over to my house to eat, watch Game 6,” Lue told reporters Wednesday.
Cleveland will use the opportunity to scout their opponent, but at the same time Lue promised it wouldn’t be a tedious film session. It will be a lighthearted time for the Cavaliers, who wrapped up their first-round series sweep Monday.
“This is just more of a fun get-together … it’s more a fun thing tomorrow, getting the guys together, having food,” he said.
Kyrie Irving, however, will be watching closely for any weaknesses that he could potentially capitalize upon in the next round.
“Just see where I can learn a few things, where we can exploit them a little bit, either team, so (I’ll be watching) as a fan and as a player,” Irving said.