CLEVELAND – Thanks to a three-pointer made by veteran swingman Mike Miller, the (9-7) Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the (10-9) Milwaukee Bucks 111-108, extending their win streak to four games.
GOOD – The Big Three carried the Cavaliers again as Kyrie Irving led the Cavaliers in scoring (28 points), Kevin Love (27 points, ten rebounds) and LeBron James (26 points, ten assists) in scoring 81 of Cleveland’s 111 points. Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Knight scored 27 points in 37 minutes and No.2 overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft Jabari Parker, scored 22 points in 38 minutes.
BAD – Outside of the Big Three, Shawn Marion was the only Cavalier to score in double figures with ten points in 32 minutes.
UGLY – The lack of bench production continues to haunt the Cavaliers as Tristan Thompson and the fore mentioned Miller scored six points each to give Cleveland 12 points from reserves, while Milwaukee’s reserves scored 25. Bucks big man Ersan Ilyasova suffered a concussion during a nasty fall in the first half and never returned , per Rotowire, the Turkish international will miss the next four games.
TIDBITS – Sports Illustrated supermodel Kate Upton, beau in Detroit Tigers AL Cy Young winner Justin Verlander and C.C. Sabathia of the New York Yankees sat courtside at the Q.
NEXT – Cleveland plays (4-15) New York on Thursday (12/4), Milwaukee faces (14-5) Dallas
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