Cavaliers ... By the Numbers

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The Wine and Gold wrapped up their extended homestand and hit the road this week, and will look to get their first win after the All-Star Break when they face the Bulls and Wizards this weekend. While they prepare for the home and away back-to-back, here are some noteworthy numerals to consider …


13.2 . . . average offensive rebounds per game for the Cavs, tied with Chicago for second-best in the league.

4.6 . . . assists averaged by Ramon Sessions off the bench – second-best among NBA reserves.

31 . . . consecutive free throws sunk by Kyrie Irving.

21 . . . points per game Antawn Jamison averaged in February, fourth-best in the Eastern Conference during the month.

.813 . . . Cavs winning percentage against the Knicks since the 2007-08 season, including Wednesday’s loss.

10.2, 8.3 . . . points and rebounds Tristan Thompson is averaging over his last six games.

.500 . . . Thompson’s field goal percentage during that span.

22 . . . days between road games for the Cavaliers in the month of February.

18.5 . . . points per game for Kyrie Irving, tops among all rookies.

9.6 . . . fast break points allowed by the Cavaliers this season, tied for tops in the league with Philadelphia.

16 . . . amount of 20-point games for Kyrie Irving, exactly twice as many as the next rookie on the list, Brandon Knight.

21.3, 10 . . . points and rebounds Antawn Jamison has averaged over his last four games.

6 . . . rebounds per game Tristan Thompson is averaging, second-best among all rookies.

74, 2.7 . . . total offensive rebounds and per game average for Thompson, tops among rookies.

71 . . . games it took the Cavaliers to get their 13th win last season.