The Cavs came home after their best game of the season Wednesday in Oklahoma City and played their second best game of the season by crushing the Utah Jazz 99-79 Friday at the Q.

Kyrie Irving recorded the 1st triple-double of his career with 21 points, 12 assists, and 10 rebounds along with some high light type lay ups. Most fans were impressed with Irving's game, but the stats that Mike Brown liked had to be holding the Jazz to 35% from the floor, completely destroying Utah on the boards by a 56-31 mark, and outscoring the Jazz in the Paint 48-22.

The Cavs shot 48% from the field as a team and both Tristan Thompson and Spencer Hawes recorded a double-double. 

Up next for the Cavs will be a road game in Memphis on Saturday night.


Arnie Hamilton

WTAM Sports