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Snowstorm blanketing downtown Cleveland

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CLEVELAND -- A Lake-effect snowstorm is currently dropping quite a bit of snow on the area of the city closest to Lake Erie. The storm has made getting to Quicken Loans Arena for tonight-Bulls-Cavaliers game quite an adventure.

The Bulls' hotel is only about two or three blocks away from the arena, but the bus trip took more than a half-hour.

The Cavs' players, many of whom live out in the suburbs inland, probably weren't aware how bad the traffic was getting into the heart of the city. As of about an hour before game time, the Cavs were still waiting for about seven players to arrive.

The Cavs, losers of five straight, haven't been showing up figuratively of late. Maybe tonight they won't literally show up.

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