Published: Sun, October 28, 2018
Sport | By Patty Hardy

Love out for Cavs, but foot issue not considered serious

Love out for Cavs, but foot issue not considered serious

Can't hang their heads, can't have bad body language. The Cavaliers have lost three road games and were blown out at home against Atlanta and Brooklyn. The Hawks were a 133-111 victor in Cleveland on October 21. Detroit stayed unbeaten at 4-0, keeping pace with Milwaukee (4-0) atop the Central Division standings.

Griffin ranked second among the NBA's scoring leaders at 33.8 points per game heading into Friday's action after posting 26 points against the Cavaliers.

The Pacers' run continued in the third quarter.

Harris made a 3-pointer that put the Nets up 50-47 and Brooklyn never trailed again. "We've just got to continue to work and improve and get better in certain areas". "As long as you're doing that, the shots are going to start falling". "It's early in the season, and there's a lot of games to go". "Hopefully, we can keep it going".

Cleveland cut a 15-point lead to 97-91 early in the fourth quarter before in regained control with four straight baskets.

Six Cavaliers scored in double figures including Jordan Clarkson who finished with 18 and George Hill who had 15.

Lue's shock dismissal just six games into the season has reportedly left several members of the current roster 'pissed&apos
Lue's shock dismissal just six games into the season has reportedly left several members of the current roster 'pissed&apos

Kyle Korver led Cleveland with 21 points.

The Celtics regressed after their stellar first half, but the Pistons failed to take advantage. Gordon Hayward chipped in 15 points in 23 minutes.

The Nets broke a 10-game losing streak in Cleveland and won for the first time at Quicken Loans Arena since April 3, 2013. Coach Kenny Atkinson said his status will be updated this weekend. Cleveland was 6 of 26 from the field in the first quarter.

The Pistons haven't gone undefeated through their first four games since the 2008-09 season.

Love's return is still to be determined, per the team.

Sabonis made another layup and Oladipo's 3-pointer with 3:58 left pushed the lead to 113-98. Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue crossed the mid-court line to plead his case with officials, who ruled a jump ball between Sexton and Langston Galloway and assessed a technical foul to Lue for being out of the coaches box.

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