Cavs Bounce Back and Topple Magic 107-93

CLEVELAND, OH -- In the second night of a back-to-back, coming off of a 129-93 loss, the Cavaliers looked to bounce back with a victory. In a game full of runs, neither team could seem to get much of ad advantage throughout the first three quarters. Cleveland came out in the 4th quarter ready to take full control of the game, as they jumped off to a 12-0 run, and had the Magic in full panic mode. Dellavedova had control of the team, as he showed his leadership ability on the court. The Cavaliers never looked back after the 12-0 run, and cruised to a 107-93 win.

In an on-court interview following the win, Cedi Osman gave all the credit for the win to the second unit of the Cavaliers. The second unit, led by Dellavedova, dominated the Orlando Magic in all aspects in the 4th quarter, which put the Cavs starters in a position to close the game out. The Cavs had gotten contribution from every last person tonight, as they had six players score in double-figures. Jordan Clarkson led the Cavaliers in points, putting up 18n off of the bench. After resting yesterday, Kevin Love returned tonight and the Cavaliers played a completely different game. The Cavaliers are now 5-2 since Kevin Love's return.

Orlando big-man Nikola Vucevic was a force to reckon with tonight, as he completed dominated the paint. Vucevic shot 13-16 from the field, with 28 points and 13 rebounds. D.J. Augustine took advantage of Sexton getting into early foul trouble, as he scored 19 points for the Magic.

The Cleveland Cavaliers will look to continue their winning ways on Wednesday, March 6th, as they will take on the Brooklyn Nets on the road. Tip-off is set for 7:30 PM ET at the Barclays Center.

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