Cleveland -- Colin Sexton scored 25 points and Jordan Clarkson added 23 points off the bench to beat a depleted Milwaukee Bucks team, who were without All-Star Giannis Antetokounmpo, 107-102 for the 4th straight win at The Q.
The loss by the Bucks delayed their clinching of the central division, which would be their first division title since 2001.
That is not the story here, with his 25 points tonight, Colin Sexton became the first Cavaliers rookie to score 23 or more points in seven straight games and the first NBA rookie to accomplish that feat since Tim Duncan. When informed of the feat he accomplished Colin said "That's what's up."
The Cavs also welcomed back Tristan Thompson to the rotation after missing 26 games with a sore left foot, he had 7 points and 6 rebounds in 12 minutes of action, and Larry Nance returned after missing five games, and he added nine points, a team high five assists, and seven rebounds.
It was not all happy moments for the Cavs tonight as Kevin Love left the game early in the third quarter with an apparent head injury after colliding and banging heads with Eric Bledsoe late in the 3rd quarter. The Cavs did not have any further updates on Kevin's status after the game was over.
Next up for the Cavs they host the Los Angeles Clippers, who with a record of 42-30 are currently the 8th seed in the Western Conference, on Friday night with tip off at 7:30.