The Jay Graves Report

Pacers watch the ice cream melt as that Philistine from Cleveland puts in work! “Hearts”

"Now you know you can't stop what I'm about to do right?" Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Jamais Cascio once said, “Resilience is all about being able to overcome the unexpected. Sustainability is about survival. The goal of resilience is to thrive.” Well playas…the Cleveland Cavaliers overcame the unexpected because nobody and their baby’s momma expected for them to climb out of the whole the Pacers threw them in, in the first half. They survived the foolishness of bein’ down 26 points and thrived in the third quarter to take the hearts of the duns from Indiana to eventually win 119-114 to take a 3-0 series lead. On Sunday they can closed these boyz out!

In the mean time and in between time Paul George and Co. are standin’ in the middle of the street tryin’ to figure out what type of truck just ran them over and didn’t stop?

Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Cleveland has that Philistine that NOBODY has an answer for! The dun finished the night with a MONSTER triple double of 41 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists!! Puttin’ these boyz on his back and ridin’ hard all over Bankers Life Fieldhouse.  Kyrie and Kevin Love didn’t even participate in this foolishness for the ENTIRE fourth quarter bruh!

That’s the difference between bein’ the defendin’ NBA Champs and a team that barely made the playoffs. Resilience is a learned behavior. You can’t just show up with it playboy. You’ve got to spend some time in the war to develop it.

LeBron’s been to six straight Finals. He’s seen everything there is to see and he’s draggin’ these cats around with him. So now that confidence is rubbin’ off on them too.

The Pacers ran out in the middle of the street and caught the Cavs sleepin’ at the light with the windows down in the first half. They were shootin’ 57 percent from the field and 71 percent from behind the arc to go into the break up 74-49. Boyz thought that the Cavs were goin’ to just start takin’ off their sneakers and jewelry and givin’ away Big Momma’s secret recipes right on the spot. They thought that they were gonna start screamin’ Uncle just because they were down 25 at the break!

Talk about watchin’ the ice cream just melt all over Aunt Ruthie’s brand new couch. The Cavs came out in the third quarter and went through the Pacers pockets like some G’s on lunch hour tryin’ to eat. The Pacers shot 25 percent the rest of the way and was shook like the Boogie Man himself got butt naked and stood up on the roof and started foamin’ at the mouth.

It was the third largest comeback in NBA playoff history. However, it was the largest halftime deficit overcome!! The previous foolishness was 21 points when Baltimore came back against Philly in 1948!!! Baltimore? That’s the type of foolishness that the Pacers have to live with now. Baltimore bruh?

Let’s get back to that Philistine for a minute bruh. He moved past Kobe on the into third place all-time on the playoff scorin’ list. He now has 20 points more that the Mamba right now! Now you do realize that Kobe played for 20 years and just retired last season right? LeBron’s only 32 years old and has only been playin’ for 14 years. You do realize that right?

So you do understand that his numbers are goin’ to keep growin’ while all of these duns that are retired can’t do anything but watch the ice cream melt right? Just makin’ sure that all of the King James haters understand that. EVERYBODY that is retired can’t change their stats. They are what they are and as long as this dun is still playin’ the ice cream will keep meltin’ for all of those retired cats.

Now will somebody go tell Big Momma to make the Cavs to give the Pacers their hearts back because they’ve still got another game to play on Sunday. Stop me when I start lyin’!

Playas Thesaurus: 

1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.

2) G’s: noun – gangstas

The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”

The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!