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.

Game Summary

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.

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

Good morning, Mr. and Mrs. America and all the ships at sea! I’m an Optimist, penning today’s installment of NEWS … AROUND … THE …LEAGUE from the heart of glorious Maricopa County, Arizona.

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