Wrap-Up – For most of the night, the Cavaliers led the World Champs – and Daniel Gibson’s three-pointer with just under two minutes to play gave them a seven-point lead, 108-101. But LeBron James scored on a layup and Ray Allen scored the game’s next six points – part of his 15-point fourth quarter – and the Heat handed Cleveland the difficult 110-108 loss on Saturday night in Miami.

Game Summary

The Cleveland Cavaliers (3-9) continue their three-game road trip tonight as they head to South Beach to take on the Miami Heat (9-3) at 7:30 p.m.

The Wine and Gold will look to bounce back from last night's 108-104 loss to the Orlando Magic while the Heat are hoping to extend their winning streak to four games.

Wrap-Up – The names have changed, but it was a familiar story for the Cavaliers in Orlando – as the Magic shot 52 percent from beyond the arc to spoil a solid effort by the Wine and Gold, sending Cleveland to the 108-104 defeat. Neither team got more than four points apart in the fourth period, but the deciding factor down the stretch was Orlando’s J.J. Redick – who didn’t sink a single field goal in the fourth, but did manage to sink eight straight free throws in the final 22 seconds to seal the deal.