LeBron James points the finger at one Cavaliers player

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The Cleveland Cavaliers may have got a dominant win tonight over the Orlando Magic, but they are still suffering from a lot of problems.

This was supposed to be the year that the Cavaliers rise to the top but instead, they're struggling to even establish themselves with a winning record.

Everyone is asking what is going wrong in Cleveland and so far, many of their plays have taken time to blame each other.

Everyone is pointing fingers at each other in Cleveland, some blame Kevin Love, some blame LeBron James and a lot are questioning new head coach David Blatt.

While there are certainly a lot of questions surrounding the Cavaliers this year, one of their players has named the man to blame for their misfortune.


LeBron James - the man who returned to his home state and his first ever NBA team in the summer is the man who has identified the culprit.

"I'm not doing my job. I got to do a better job, and it will help our team." - LeBron James on who to blame in Cleveland

Quite modestly, LeBron is throwing his own hands up and taking the blame for the Cavaliers sub par performances.

LeBron is averaging the fewest points and lowest shooting percentage since his rookie year over a decade ago.

LeBron realises all the pressure that is on him as a team leader but is also determined not to let the Cavaliers slip into mediocrity.

"It's going to take a little bit of time, but we're going to clean this up, I guarantee you that." 

LeBron makes a statement

LeBron's statements came ahead of tonight's match against Orlando where the Cavaliers ran out 106-74 winners.

LeBron certainly used the match to send a big message scoring 29 points and getting four rebounds and 11 assists.

The Cavaliers ran riot and put an end to their four game losing streak and moved to 6-7 on the season as they will now look to progress.

Up next for the Cavaliers comes a three game stretch at home to the Washington Wizards, Indiana Pacers and Milwaukee Bucks.

A match against the 9-3 Washington Wizards is not something the Cavaliers will be looking forward to but if they can pick up wins over the Pacers and Bucks, they will certainly be in prime position to pick up their season.

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