The Cleveland Cavaliers entered Sunday night 10-0 in the 2017 NBA playoffs, having taken care of the Pacers and Raptors with relative ease and steamrolled the Celtics through the first two games of the Eastern Conference Finals. On the court, there’s not much the Cavs don’t excel at. Their offense is terrifying, as LeBron James and Kyrie Irving orchestrate a nearly unstoppable attack thanks to all of the weapons around them, and the defense has seen significant improvement since they flipped the switch for the postseason.
However, there is one thing that the Cavaliers, as an organization, struggle at in the playoffs, and that weakness was exposed on Sunday night ahead of Game 3 against the Celtics. Cleveland’s biggest weakness is promotional towel design.