The last game, many of the experts were saying the Cav's coach made a mistake by running the clock down for the last shot. Their argument is they should have shot much sooner so they would have a second chance. They say he should have extended the game by shooting sooner. I totally disagree. I think it can be wise to do this in certain situations but this was not one of them. I realize it is harder to make this point when they lost. Nevertheless, I still think the coach did the right thing. I think it is wise to extend the game when your team is favored to win, you are playing at home, and you are down by one. However two things were against Cleveland. They were playing a better team and they were on the road. Cleveland should have one the last game. Lebron had a fairly easy shot and then his teammate missed a 7 foot bunny. Now if Detroit goes into Cleveland and is down by one with 20 seconds left, I say it would be wise to extend the game because they are the better team. Magic Johnson and Barkley were saying Cleveland should have extended the game to give themselves another chance should they fail. The thing I think they are overlooking however is by draining the clock and going for the win, they are not giving Detroit another chance. I think Cleveland did the right thing. They just missed both their shots. It is so easy to criticize when it does not succeed. I think Detroit is very fortunate to be up by two. Cleveland had three shots to steal one of those games but missed all three. When you have a chance to go for the win against the #1 seed team; and it's on the road where your team has a road record less than 500 for the year, I say you go for the win. Cleveland made the right choice both nights in my opinion but was just a little unlucky.