According to basketball-reference.com's Playoff Probabilities Report - a table which simulates each teams remaining schedule 7,500 times and spits out a variety of numbers - the Cleveland Cavaliers only have an 8% chance of making the playoffs at the end of the season.
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The Cavaliers chose to take the train to commute back from Madison Square Garden after a shoot around, instead of traveling above ground and get stuck in traffic.
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"We had two options", guard/forward Kyle Korver said on James' video. The players made some new friends - like this guy who clearly had no idea LeBron was sitting next to him.
According to James, the video marked the first time he had ever ridden the subway.
"We chose to hop on the train with the squad", James said as he panned the camera around.
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Another Knicks fan is also heard talking up Kristaps Porzingis when he sees the Cavaliers walking by. Rather than endure a long bus ride, James said, he and his teammates boarded the New York City subway line instead.
"Trying to be like real citizens man", Smith said to the camera. "A 45-minute bus ride or a six-minute train ride".
Ironically enough, the Knicks will now battle James and the Cavaliers on Monday evening at 7:30 p.m.
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