Cavaliers ... By the Numbers
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.