Cavs Play Better, But Lose to Detroit

Detroit -- Behind a 26 point, 10 rebound effort from Blake Griffin and a 26 point, 22 rebound game from Andre Drummond, the Pistons, who are undefeated, keep the Cavaliers winless on the year, winning 110-103 in Detroit. 

The Cavaliers were without Kevin Love tonight, who missed the game with left foot soreness, were led by Kyle Korver's 21 points off the bench, followed by Jordan Clarkson's 18 points. The highest scoring starter for the Cavs was George Hill, who had 15 points.

The Cavaliers played better tonight than they have in the previous two games, but the third quarter is still a mystery as they only scored 18 points out of the half, to fall into a 12 point deficit heading into the 4th quarter.

The Cavs outscored the Pistons in the 4th quarter, 35-30, cutting it to 6 points with 47 seconds to go after a 4-point play from Korver, but could not getting any closer in the final seconds.  

The Cavaliers will look to get their 1st win on the year on Saturday as they host the Indiana Pacers at The Q. Tip off is scheduled for 7:30 and you can hear it on WTAM 1100.

(Photo by: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

 

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