Monday, 19 November, 2018

Cleveland Cavaliers tickets after LeBron James left for the Lakers

Cavs teammate Channing Frye will join Kevin Love as a guest on the series Cavs teammate Channing Frye will join Kevin Love as a guest on the series
Melissa Porter | 28 October, 2018, 02:45

Cleveland cut a 12-point Pistons fourth-quarter lead to six with a minute left on a four-point play by Korver, who was fouled making a 3-pointer by Detroit's Reggie Bullock.

They'll also miss Love's presence on the boards, where Love has been dominant with 13.5 rebounds per game (5th in the NBA), especially as they face off against a Detroit frontcourt featuring Blake Griffin (11.3 rebounds per game) and Andre Drummond (16.3 rebounds per game, second in the NBA).

Cleveland fell to 0-and-5 on the season, including 0-and-3 on the road.

The Nets had a 90-70 lead at one point and went on to win the game by a 102-86 final score.

The Pistons announced that an MRI of Kennard's right shoulder revealed an AC joint sprain.

Detroit's next two games are against the Celtics. Three of the victories were against the Nets, Bulls and Cavaliers.

The (1-3) Lakers have struggled out the gate this season with LeBron. Stephenson finished with 12 points.

If Baynes nor backup center Daniel Theis - who was listed as questionable on Friday - can play, rookie center Robert Williams III could be in line for even more playing time after playing four minutes against the Orlando Magic in his National Basketball Association debut. Russell Westbrook had 13 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists, but he shot 5 for 20. At 0-4 on the season, this looks like one of the worst teams in the entire National Basketball Association.

Oklahoma City led 50-34 at halftime. Cleveland is being outscored by 12.8 points per 100 possessions (which is the worst in the NBA), and they are in the bottom six in effective field goal percentage, true shooting percentage and assist-to-turnover margin, per

In Orlando, Damian Lillard's second-half scoring spree helped propel Portland to a 128-114 victory.