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Byline: Brian Windhorst
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. _ The growing pains are turning to throbs.
The Cleveland Cavaliers' multi-year struggle to go from the basement to the top of the heap is wrought with them. The stumbling block of the moment appears to be those mandated road games, which continue to be a weak link.
Sunday was just another in what has become a recurring example, as the Cavaliers couldn't get it done away from Gund Arena. They fell way behind the New Jersey Nets, and a furious comeback came up dry in a 104-98 loss.
It was the sixth consecutive road defeat for the Cavaliers, who have basically been spinning their wheels for the …