Cavaliers ... By the Numbers
1 . . . amount of double-doubles J.J. Hickson registered this season before January 1.
27 . . . amount of double-doubles Hickson turned in after January 1.
17.5 . . . points per game for Ramon Sessions after being moved to the bench on March 29.
6-6 . . . Cavaliers record in their final dozen games.
10.3 . . . points per game that the Cavaliers improved in scoring (101.4 vs. 91.1) from March to April.
24 . . . different starting lineups used by Byron Scott this past season.
11.6 . . . points per game Alonzo Gee averaged in the month of April.
3 . . . amount of Eastern Conference teams – including the Cavaliers – that beat Boston, Miami and the Lakers this season.
27.5, 11.5 . . . J.J. Hickson’s scoring and rebounding average against Blake Griffin and the Clippers this year.
87 . . . points Manny Harris fell shy of breaking Smush Parker’s single-season point total for a Cavaliers undrafted rookie.
1 . . . games Ramon Sessions missed this season.
25 . . . games (out of 56 games played this season) that Antawn Jamison led the Cavaliers in scoring.
12.9, 6.3 . . . points and rebounds Samardo Samuels averaged in ten starts this season.
101 . . . points per game that the Cavaliers averaged in Baron Davis’ nine starts.
12 . . . Cavaliers’ biggest margin of victory this past season – against Miami on March 29.
77 . . . three-pointers Daniel Gibson needs to sink in order to pass Danny Ferry for 4th on the Cavaliers all-time list.
19, 39 . . . games that J.J. Hickson led the Cavaliers in scoring and rebounding, respectively.
.738 . . . Ryan Hollins field goal percentage in April.
162 . . . rebounds Anderson Varejao needs to grab to pass Bingo Smith for 8th on the Cavaliers all-time list.
4-0 . . . Cavaliers home record against New York and Los Angeles teams at The Q this season.