Cavaliers ... By the Numbers

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While the Wine and Gold work on reversing the big number -- 16 -- on Monday night in New Jersey, Cavs.com provides you with some interesting integers to illustrate some productive performances by the Cavaliers so far this season.


9 . . . different Cavaliers that have led the team in scoring this year.

23.2 . . . Antawn Jamison’s scoring average in 2011.

17.0, 14.0 . . . J.J. Hickson’s scoring and rebounding averages against the Bulls
this month

1 . . . game out of dozen starts that Daniel Gibson has failed to notch double-figures.

9.2 . . . assists per contest Mo Williams averaged over the last dozen games before re-injuring his hip against Utah.

292 . . . career double-doubles for Antawn Jamison, including Saturday’s 31-point, 11-rebound effort in Chicago.

15.8 . . . Ramon Sessions’ scoring average in the last 11 games before a right abdominal strain sidelined him on Saturday.

.882 . . . Sessions’ free throw percentage – including individual games that he went 12-of-12 and 14-of-16 – during that span.

14 . . . turnovers per contest for Cleveland, fifth-best in the Eastern Conference.

.600 . . . Ryan Hollins’ field goal percentage at The Q.

16 . . . different starting lineups Byron Scott has used so far this season.

16.5 . . . J.J. Hickson’s rebounds per contest in every other game since he returned to the starting lineup.

.449 . . . Daniel Gibson’s three-point percentage, good for 6th in the NBA.

23 . . . average amount of wins Byron Scott’s previous two teams – New Jersey and New Orleans – had improved from his first year to the second.