LOS ANGELES: The “We Want LeBron” chants began with 10:07 remaining in the second quarter Saturday night at Staples Center.One man’s plaintive plea cut to the heart.“I want LeBron for my son,” he said.A young man selling 50-50 raffle tickets held a sign that read, “Inactives James, Love, Irving, The Fans.”But Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue did not succumb in a 108-78 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers.The Cavs opened a four-game, three-city road trip against the Clippers and face the Lakers Sunday. Lue knew Kevin Love, only one game into his return from arthroscopic knee surgery, has not been cleared to play in a back-to-back. Lue knew Kyrie Irving experienced left knee stiffness Thursday night against the Utah Jazz that sidelined him for the fourth quarter...
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Clippers 108, Cavaliers 78: ‘We want LeBron’ chants fall on deaf ears as Big Three sit in loss