On the fourth quarter:
“I think the main thing is that Russell [Westbrook] got hot. [The Thunder] got some transition baskets and we took out most of our starters to try to give them some rest. Our second unit guys didn’t react that well. They got a nice little run.”
On the fourth quarter:
Submitted by mhaltuch on November 12, 2012 - 12:58am
Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving speaks to the media following the Cavaliers 106-91 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Listen to Radio Play-by-Play announcer John Michael's Time Warner Cable Call of the Game from Oklahoma City as the Cavaliers fell to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Kyrie Irving steals the ball from Russell Westbrook and goes coast to coast for the reverse layup.
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Submitted by mhaltuch on November 11, 2012 - 10:31pm
The Cavaliers fell 106-91 in Oklahoma City to the Thunder on Sunday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Wrap-Up – The Cavaliers stayed with OKC through three quarters, but the Thunder pulled away in the final period, sending the Cavs to their third straight loss – 106-91 – on Sunday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Kyrie Irving led the Wine and Gold with 20 points and Alonzo Gee added 18, but aside from Daniel Gibson’s 16-point performance, got little production off the bench in the loss.
The Cleveland Cavaliers (2-4) play the fifth game of their six-game road trip tonight as they travel to the Chesapeake Energy Arena to take on the Oklahoma City Thunder (4-2) at 7:00 p.m. (ET).
The Wine and Gold look to bounce back from a hearth-breaking, 107-105 loss to the Phoenix Suns on Friday while the Thunder are looking to extend their winning streak to four games.
Submitted by bjirousek on November 10, 2012 - 12:43am
Guard Kyrie Irving speaks to the media following the Cavaliers 107-105 loss to the Phoenix Suns.
Submitted by bjirousek on November 10, 2012 - 12:25am
The Cavaliers fell 107-105 in Phoenix to the Suns on Friday night at US Airways Center.
Wrap-Up – The Cavaliers ran out to a 22-4 and eventually extended their edge to 26 points. But the Suns chipped away throughout the second half, eventually tying the game on a Shannon Brown jumper. Phoenix went on to take a four-point lead with 19.5 seconds to play, but Daniel Gibson’s fifth three-pointer of the game got them to within one. Sebastian Telfair split a pair of free throws and Kyrie Irving’s jumper on the Cavs final possession drew iron – sealing the 107-105 loss