The legend behind the microphone had an interesting comment prior toThursday night’s Cavs vs. Celtics tilt in Beantown. Tait rarely gets into the analytical side of the broadcast, and wasn’t prompted, so it was a bit surprising to hear his take: The Cavaliers need to focus less on the pre game handshakes between themselves and their opponent, and instead turn their attention to working hard on the basketball court.

Tait has seen his share of basketball games, and knows when a team needs to turn things up on the defensive end. Personally I could care less about the pre game hugs, handshakes, and rituals, but I’ve heard Tait speak out against this multiple times this season. I think Joe’s a good 40 years older than I am, so that may explain our difference of opinion. However, we are on the...

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