Wrap-Up – With the reigning Rookie of the Year in street clothes, the Cavaliers got big efforts from some unlikely heroes and snapped a six-game losing streak to the Sixers – and a six-game skein overall – topping Philly, 92-83, on Wednesday night at The Q.
When most of us sit down for Thanksgiving dinner, we’ll look around the table and think how unique our family is.
But it’s fair to say that none of us have had holiday gatherings quite like the ones that Cavaliers forward Luke Walton and his family shared growing up in Southern California.
Luke – the scion of one of professional sports’ most iconic stars and incomparable characters – has described parties at his father’s house before: with his dad playing one-on-one games against Larry Bird in the driveway or members of the Grateful Dead relaxing in the backyard hot tub.
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Cavaliers Head Coach Byron Scott spoke with the media following Wednesday's shootaround at Cleveland Clinic Courts.
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Jeremy Pargo scores 28 points, Anderson Varejao adds a double-double as the Cavaliers defeat the Sixers.
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Jeremy Pargo drives the lane, draws the foul and gets the circus shot to drop.
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Tristan Thompson grabs the offensive rebound and takes it to the rack for the dunk and the foul.
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Jeremy Pargo drives coast-to-coast for the bucket and the foul.
The Cleveland Cavaliers (2-8) return to Quicken Loans Arena tonight to face the Philadelphia 76ers (7-4) at 7:00 p.m.
The Wine and Gold look to end a six-game losing streak while the Sixers rallied from seven down after three quarters in their last game on Tuesday to beat Toronto 106-98 for their third consecutive win.