It was another frustrating night for Cleveland Cavaliers fans. Being down 1-0 in the series the Cavs came out looking very aggressive and outscored the Pistons 34-18 in the second quarter to take a 12-point lead at halftime. Once the game went down to the wire it was a deja vu feeling with Cleveland down 1 point after an arguable offensive foul by Rasheed Wallace, who pushed-off Anderson Varejao and scored the go-ahead basket giving the Pistons the lead with 24 seconds to go – the officials didn’t call the violation. LeBron James, who was criticized for passing on the last possession in Game 1, drove right to the basket and missed a potential game-winning basket. Larry Hughes grabbed the offensive rebound of James’ miss, couldn’t make a 10-footer and Anderson Varejao was just off on a tip that would’ve given Cleveland the lead. Another close game decided by 1 possession and a lot of lucky/unlucky factor.