Cleveland, Ohio-This is not how you started. This is how you do it.
The days in February are not pleasant. Due to the emergence of playoff-caliber landmines, this resulted in a 10-game losing streak and 9 double-digit losses. But the Cavaliers knew they had to get through it. They did it, winning 112-96 for the second consecutive game against the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night.
With the end of the month this weekend, the Cavaliers temporarily reversed their fate.
The Cavaliers achieved a winning streak on Tuesday night, which allowed them to get off to a quick start and avoided the deep pits that had plagued them in the past few weeks. Due to the hasty second quarter showing repeated offensive point defensive errors, the 1
But Cleveland failed to do so. During the half-time break, the Cavaliers showed the intensity requested by head coach JB Bickerstaff before the start of the game, and got rid of the idea of leg fatigue in the second second of back-to-back.
In those 12 minutes, the league’s worst third quarter team defeated the Rockets 34-24. The Cavaliers did not relax in the fourth quarter, winning that period by eight points. Overall, the Cavaliers won the final 24 minutes 64-46.
Jarrett Allen abused Houston’s compact interior. The Rockets’ highest starting height is only 6 feet 6 feet. Allen scored 26 points on 11-10 shooting, 18 rebounds and 4 blocks in 37 minutes of impact. Allen even had a coast-to-coast one-handed dunk-jaw-dropping highlights inspired the crowd.
Collin Sexton rebounded from a terrible first half, made a locker room adjustment, and reached 20 points for the seventh consecutive game. Sexton-Averaged 9 goals and only 2 points per game during vacation, looked only 7 points, and seemed to be upset about Houston’s physical condition-he eventually scored 23 points and buried 7 of his 10 shots in the second half. Darius Garland also found his rhythm, recording double-doubles with 11 points and 10 assists.
Dylan Windler’s fiery outside shot ended on Tuesday. After starting from five-fifths in the victory over Atlanta, Wendler exhausted all four bombs, the longest three-game winning streak for the Cavaliers since Kyrie Irving in 2015.
On the other hand, the Cavaliers kept the Rockets’ shooting percentage at 40% and three-pointers at 30.3%, showing their tenacity at the beginning of the season. This is the first time since February 1 that the opponent’s score has been kept below 100 points.
Two in a row. A victory over Philadelphia in the February final will give it a three-pointer. This is the so-called winning streak. It happened before.
Only since January.
The front desk needs to make a decision on Dean Wade before 5pm on Wednesday night. If he is not on the list, then his contract will be fully guaranteed. The Cavaliers not only stayed on Wade, but also let him enter the starting lineup for the second consecutive game. Wade was able to get four-quarter shooting and a career-high 11 points (beyond the three-point line).
The Cavaliers took a two-day vacation and then headed to Philadelphia for Saturday night’s game.Replenishment is scheduled for 7 p.m.
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