1) Quit playing Dyess. Replace his minutes with a combination of JMAX and Amir. This makes our whole rotation quite a bit quicker, more able to play defense. Better transition D. Better defensive rotation. Better defense against cutters / drivers to the basket. More bigs showing on the perimeter, to disrupt Cleveland's perimeter game. 2)Play Sharpe some. Just to get another tall, quick player out there that James has to think about. These minutes will come directly from Tay's minutes - unless Tay finds a way to actually guard Bron. If nothing else works, play Afflalo more on Bron, even if it means Tay sits 2 minutes into the game. 3)Providing that JMAX and Amir can play all the minutes at power forward while keeping out of any serious foul trouble, play the front line of Sheed, Amir, JMAX. If nothing else works, just start this group: Bynum, Afflalo, Amir, JMAX, Sheed. Play some defense. Subs: Stuckey, Rip, (Tay or Sharpe, depending on which one bothers Bron the most), Kwame. With Amir and JMAX taking turns sitting now and then, but never both at the same time. What Curry should absolutely not do. Go out weakly, never trying anything new, and making excuses at the end of each game.