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Mike Brown Feels Cavs Are Being Outvictoried

CLEVELAND—Frustrated by the results of the first three NBA Finals games, Cavaliers head coach Mike Brown told reporters at a Tuesday press conference that his team has been losing simply because they're being "outvictoried." "Just look at the numbers—they're outwinning us, they're outdefeating us, they're outbettering us in every category," Brown said. "There's not much I can tell my team at this point, except that we can't be satisfied to outturnover and outfoul them because then we're going to outlose them as well." When asked how he felt about the Cavs being outscored in all three games, Brown claimed that he didn't understand the question.

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