Call Life Alert, The Cavaliers have fallen and can't get up

Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

After tonight's loss to the Warriors in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, it is clear that Lebron James does not have any help. The Cavaliers are down 2-0 in the series and have a legitimate shot of being swept by the Warrios. Lebron James is essentially doing it all for his team. He is putting up a triple-double almost every night, while Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving look like immature versions of Dwayne Wade and Kevin Love. Iman Shumpert is too busy playing with his hair, Richard Jefferson is too damn old, and Matthew Dellavedova is too busy playing dirty to care about scoring. With the way things are going, Lebron is going to have a 2-5 lifetime record in the Finals and the chances of bringing Cleveland a title are looking slimmer and slimmer. Somewhere in a dark room, David Blatt is smiling.

I can't believe I am saying this.. but for the first time ever I actually feel bad for Lebron James. You can tell that he is doing all he can, but it still is not enough.  You might say, "well Lebron had a ton of turnovers tonight he didn't even play well." If you think about it, of course he is going to have that many turnovers, he has the ball basically every second of every game. Even every highlight is shows Lebron either scoring, getting a rebound, or coaching the team. We all thought that having Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving playing in this years finals would help, but it is looking like the opposite. Meanwhile Tyron Lue is having nightmares of Allen Iverson stepping over him every time Klay Thompson and Steph Curry hit a 3-pointer. I would not be surprised if the whole Cavaliers team just decided to pack their things and head out during a timeout. The Cavaliers have the motto "All For One" and it is really starting to look like it, Lebron is that one.

So let's go over Lebron's options for the rest of the NBA Finals

1. Fake injury to get out of playing the NBA Finals

2. Buy the next one way ticket to Miami

3. Move in with Johnny Manziel

4. Move in with Josh Gordon

5. Become a Warriors fan

Whatever you do Lebron, I wish you the best.