The best compliment you can receive as opponent of the Cavs is for LeBron to switch onto you to try to slow you down. Lebron switched onto Boggy after he calmly swished right of center 3 over Love. Boggy was not fazed and kept playing his game. When Boogy has the ball in the half court running the show anything seems possible. When Hill is running the show nothing seems possible. I am being hyperbolic but you get my drift. The 45 point lay down in Atlanta was the precursor something different and better. That adversity lit the path forward, namely moving Willie to the bench and inserting Frank into the rotation, and the team went from woeful to semi-competitiveness. The level of play has hardly been playoff caliber but relative to where they were it was significant progress. This two game stretch of Clippers-Cavs has the same tone to it as the Hawks-Blazers, that is, from ineptitude to total turnaround and cohesiveness. The important thing IMHO is to heed the lesson in the game then ride the lesson to newfound success! What can we take from last night? To me it is obvious. Boggy needs to spend more time at PG. Boggy needs to run the show. What I like about Boggy as a PG is that he can shoot off the dribble from deep. I like that he does not pick up his dribble under duress until he is ready to make the pass. These are PG attributes that a bust like Lonzo Bust does not exhibit and a star like Donovan Mitchell does. Boggy sees the angles and he uses his size and length to create the space. When he gets the defender to the side or behind him, he merges into the lane he wants to be in and stays there. Like a mack truck owning the road. His speed is not great and he makes misreads too, but this is to be expected. The questions I had about him before coming over were first and foremost about adapting to the speed of the game. He is doing that. Boggy showed early on he had the strength to hold his own against the bigger wings like Paul George and Crowder. Now he is showing he can make plays against quickness too. When you possess requisite (1) speed (2) strength and (3) skill and this holds true for ANY player of ANY position, then you can become a star . The question is will this coach heed the lesson or revert to conventional game plan. I don't see any reason to play Koufos. We did NOT miss him one second last night and my guess is this would hold true on most nights. Koufos is a net negative to neutral player. He doesn't have the shooting touch. Boggy has been propping up this guy to the degree of success he has had. His erratic flip shot would be okay if he was more of a defensive presence or spaced the floor but he doesn't do that. Playing Koufos is akin to spinning your wheels in mud. You are not going to go under and drown but you are not going anywhere. If Boggy can establish success as PG it more justifies dumping George Hill and his bloated contract. That decision is looking more and more like a colossal mistake when Darren wanted to stick around for half the price. Mason is struggling now but he will break out of it. De'Aaron will come back and play great and be refreshed after possibly hitting the wall. Then we have Boggy as a possible revelation at PG with Temple being capable of playing spot minutes at PG too. We don't need Hill. Vlade should be doing everything he can to find new homes for Koufos and Hill then we can experience more nights like last night. And whatever Vince Carter is drinking, spread that miracle juice around.