Cavaliers backup point guard Donald Sloan is one of the Wine and Gold’s more laid-back players. But on the hardwood, he’s one of the club’s toughest scrappers.

The Dallas native played four years for Texas A&M and was part of the Aggies’ all-time most successful class and earned several all-Big 12 honors. Before coming to Cleveland midway through last season, Sloan had short stints with Sacramento and Atlanta, but also spent time playing in the D-League and the Philippines.

Game Summary

The Cleveland Cavaliers (2-5) will wrap up their six-game road trip tonight in their first-ever meeting with the Brooklyn Nets (3-2) at the Barclays Center, tip off at 7:30 p.m.

The Wine and Gold look to end a three-game losing streak while the Nets are looking to notch their third-straight victory.