Cavaliers ... By the Numbers
6.1 . . . blocked shots averaged by the Cavs per contest, good for third in the NBA.
15 . . . points per game Kyrie Irving is averaging, tops among NBA rookies.
10.1 . . . rebounds Anderson Varejao is averaging this season.
41 . . . points the Cavaliers average off the bench, good for second best in the East, fifth best in the NBA.
13 . . . Tristan Thompson’s uniform number, NBA ranking among shot-blocking leaders and the amount of swats he has this season, tied for best among NBA rookies.
1,744 . . . points Antawn Jamison needs to reach the 20,000-point plateau.
.517 . . . Daniel Gibson’s shooting percentage from three-point range, good for fifth in the Eastern Conference.
0 . . . games this season in which Kyrie Irving hasn’t notched double-figures.
7.5 . . . scoring difference for Antawn Jamison in wins (19.8 ppg) and losses (12.3)
3 . . . straight games that Varejao has snagged double-digit boards.
5.1 . . . assists Kyrie Irving has averaged this year, second only to Minnesota’s Ricky Rubio among NBA freshman.
5 . . . games so far this season that Tristan Thompson has blocked at least two shots.
7, 9, 11 . . . Anderson Varejao’s NBA ranking in rebounding, steals and double-doubles.
16 . . . points per game that 13-year veteran Antawn Jamison is averaging, leading the Cavaliers.
6 . . . blocked shots for Kyrie Irving, tying him for fourth-best among rookies.
.938 . . . combined free throw percentage of the Cavaliers backcourt foursome of Irving, Parker, Gibson and Sessions.