Feb 8, 2011, 10:15 AM EDT
Anthony Parker was honest after the game — Cleveland is not there but they are growing.
They played with a real energy and desperation last night, they just ran into one of the deepest, most talented teams in the league. Even then they had their chances.
In the video below Paker talks about that growth, getting over the hump, and the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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