Cavs Want to Play With More Physicality, Not ‘Dirty’ Though

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JR Smith, was asked how the Cavs could use physicality in their favor and made reference to Warriors forward Draymond Green’s past low blows — one of them a swipe of his hand to LeBron James’ groin in last year’s Finals that netted him a one-game suspension.

“Dirtying up the game? I don’t know about that,” Smith said. “They got one guy who keeps kicking people in the [groin]. I don’t know about that. But we won’t dirty up the game. We just play physical. Some people don’t like physicality, and that’s what it is. But we just got to play our game and the way we know how to play, and that’s what’s been successful for us.”

Source: Dave McMenamin of ESPN

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