Cavaliers ... By the Numbers
72-6 . . . Cavaliers record at The Q over the past two years.
18 . . . times this season that LeBron has scored 20 points or more in the second half.
26.2 . . . points per game the Cavaliers allow the opponent’s reserves, lowest in
10-0 . . . Cavaliers season-ending record against the Pacific Division, becoming the first team since the Division’s inception to do so.
.636 . . . J.J. Hickson’s shooting percentage over the last seven games.
31 . . . times this season the Cavaliers have won by double-digits.
25-6 . . . Cavaliers record following a loss over the past two seasons.
764 . . . games Zydrunas Ilgauskas has now played as a Cavalier, extending his mark after rejoining the franchise on March 23.
33-8 . . . Cavaliers record in 2010.
56 . . . games out of the 73 he’s played that LeBron has led the team in both scoring
58-19 . . . Cavaliers record in March since Mike Brown’s arrival.
382 . . . league-leading number of dunks the Cavaliers have converted.
17,021 . . . points Antawn Jamison has scored during his career, joining just 11 other active players to top that point plateau.
34-2 . . . Cavaliers record when J.J. Hickson exceeds his scoring average.
+443 . . . Anderson Varejao’s league leading efficiency rating as a reserve.
14-1 . . . Cavaliers home record (for the second straight season) against the Western Conference at The Q.
.905 . . . Mo Williams’ free throw percentage as a Cavalier, second behind only Mark Price (.906).
53-26 . . . Cavaliers league-leading road record over the past two seasons.
14.6, 7.9 . . . LeBron’s second half and fourth-quarter scoring averages – both tops in the league.
29-3 . . . Cavaliers record in March over the past two seasons.