Cavaliers ... By the Numbers

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The young Cavaliers had their three-game win streak snapped on Wednesday night at The Q, but they're still atop the Central Division two weeks into the campaign.

As they prepare for Indiana on Saturday night, here are some interesting integers to consider ...


.611 . . . Anthony Parker’s three-point shooting percentage this year, good for third in the NBA.

3-2 . . . Cavaliers record against the Atlantic Division this season.

.724 . . . Ryan Hollins field goal percentage.

55 . . . percentage of Daniel Gibson’s 109 points that he’s scored in the fourth quarter.

12 . . . straight games that the Cavaliers bench has outscored its opponents.

8 . . . points that J.J. Hickson has added to his scoring average from last season.

158 . . . regular season games since the Cavaliers had back-to-back contests with three reserves scoring double-figures.

9 . . . straight games that the Cavaliers had won over New Jersey before Wednesday’s loss.

20.3 . . . points more than the Cavaliers score on two day’s rest as opposed to one day’s.

22 . . . three-pointers Daniel Gibson needs to pass Craig Ehlo for 5th on the Cavs all-time list.

11.4 . . . second-chance points the Cavaliers are allowing this season, fifth-best in the NBA.

42.8 . . . average Cavalier points off the bench.

3-1 . . . Cavaliers record on the road, second best in the East behind Atlanta.

20.5 . . . points per game J.J. Hickson is averaging at The Q this season.