The Cleveland Cavaliers got a valuable victory (122-99) against the Los Angeles Clippers to end their streak of five consecutive victories.
The team had an easy match when facing some Clippers that did not have Kawhi Leonard or Paul George because they were resting, which affected the team's performance.
The Ohioans took a 16-point lead in the first quarter that was extended to 30 for the break, which already hinted at the crushing result that was coming.
The great figure of the match was Cedi Osman, who scored 29 points off the bench with a perfect 7/7 on three-pointers to ensure victory for his team.
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“It was a great feeling, everyone shared the moment with me… We played very well offensively and it was a really great game for everyone. We have a very good group of guys who support each other at all times,” he expressed.
The Cavaliers currently sit fifth in the Eastern Conference with a 31-21 mark, while the Clippers remain fourth in the West.
For the rest of the day:
- Grizzlies vs. Pacers (112-100)
- Bucks vs. Pelicans (135-110)
- Hornets vs. Heat (122-117)