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Daily News- January 19, 2020

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Cleveland Cavaliers’ season of self-inflicted wounds continues in collapse against Chicago
Author: Chris Fedor
Publication: Cleveland.com

CHICAGO -- The Cleveland Cavaliers’ six-game road trip came full circle on Saturday night.

The 11-day journey began with what many in the organization referred to as yet another “self-inflicted wound,” when head coach John Beilein stumbled over his words -- something he’s known to do from time to time -- and made a costly verbal blunder that nearly caused him to lose his locker room and almost forced the Cavaliers to make an unscripted coaching change.

The trip ended with a few more of those self-inflicted wounds, when the Cavs squandered a 19-point lead in the second half, wasted their best shooting half of the season and improbably lost to the Chicago Bulls 118-116. - CLICK HERE to read full story.


Cleveland Cavaliers falter late, cap road trip with gut-wrenching 118-116 loss to Chicago Bulls
Author: Chris Fedor
Publication: Cleveland.com

CHICAGO -- The Cleveland Cavaliers, at the end of a lengthy, grueling six-game road trip, seemed poised to overcome every obstacle Saturday night -- the delayed flight from Memphis to Chicago, numerous missing players and fatigue.

The Cavaliers were in control, up big in the second half, playing the kind of team ball demanded since training camp and celebrating their quality play through three quarters. All they had to do was close.

Only that’s been their biggest problem all season. - CLICK HERE to read full story.


Road-Weary Cavs Can’t Hold Off Bulls Rally
Author: Joe Gabriele
Publication: Cavs.com

WRAP-UP At the end of their prolonged road trip, the Cavaliers simply ran out of gas on Saturday night in Chicago – surrendering a 19-point lead after being outscored 31-14 in the fourth quarter.

Cleveland scored 73 points in the first half and hit the century mark by the end of three, but got sloppy down the stretch as the Bulls rallied for the 118-116 win at the United Center, sending the Wine & Gold home with a 2-4 mark on the 11-day sojourn.

The Cavaliers still had a chance to get the win. Cedi Osman drilled a three-pointer with 11.9 seconds to play that got the Cavs to within one. On the Bulls next possession, Luke Kornet threw the ball away giving Cleveland one more shot. - CLICK HERE to read full story.

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