Submitted by bjirousek on April 26, 2012 - 5:58pm
Even with Derrick Rose on the bench, the Bulls beat the Cavaliers and lock down the top overall spot in the NBA Playoffs.
Submitted by bjirousek on April 26, 2012 - 4:25pm
The Top 10 blocks, dunks and buzzer-beaters from the Cavaliers' 2011-12 regular season.
On Wednesday night – the final home game of the season – the Cavs officially turned their focus to the future. The starters got most of the night off and D.J. Kennedy, in his first game as a pro, topped the team in minutes and scoring.
Last year, the Cavaliers were entering an entirely new era. This year, they began laying the foundation for a new one.
On Wednesday night, the Cavaliers closed out a pair of this season by looking ahead to the next.
No starter played more than 23 minutes and D.J. Kennedy, in his first appearance as a Cavalier, came off the bench to lead the squad in scoring. While Cleveland’s second unit auditioned for the offseason, Washington’s John Wall went off for 12 points and six assists in the third quarter alone – propelling the Wizards to the 96-85 win over the Wine and Gold on Wednesday night at The Q.