Cavaliers ... By the Numbers

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Over the past week, the Wine and Gold have staged some serious fourth-quarter rallies and got a big win in Boston on Sunday night. With a big back-to-back approaching this weekend, Cavs.com provides you some noteworthy numerals to chew on.


20, 20 . . . Anderson Varejao’s point and rebound totals on Tuesday night vs. Boston.

691 . . . regular season games that have passed since a Cavalier notched a 20-20 game.

2 . . . games that Kyrie Irving hasn’t scored double-digits this year.

7-0 . . . Cavs record this year when they lead or are tied after three quarters.

.500 . . . Mychel Thompson’s three-point field goal percentage as a pro.

4 . . . steals per game Alonzo Gee averaged in two contests against Boston.

4-2 . . . Cavs record when Antawn Jamison scores 20 or more points.

15.3 . . . points Kyrie Irving is averaging in the fourth quarter of the last three games.

66 . . . games that it took the Wine and Gold to get their fifth road victory last season.

10 . . . offensive rebounds Anderson Varejao needs to pass Larry Nance for fifth on the Cavs all-time list.

.580 . . . Kyrie Irving’s field goal percentage over the last three games.

36.9 . . . points per game that Cleveland’s second team averages, second best in the Eastern Conference.

2-1 . . . Cavs record in Sunday games this year after going 0-12 on Sundays in 2010-11.

.870 . . . combined free throw percentage of the guard trio of Ramon Sessions, Daniel Gibson and Kyrie Irving.

4.7 . . . offensive rebounds per contest for Anderson Varejao, the best mark in the NBA.