No Love, No Problem. Cavs End 6 Game Losing Streak With Victory At Home

The Cavs came into the game against the Portland Trail Blazers having lost six straight. The Cavs would not let that get in the way as their mindset looked clear and ready get back to winning games.

The first quarter was a great back and forth effort from both teams. The Cavs run started with a lay up from Collin Sexton.

The Cavs were down by three with 27 seconds left in the first quarter when Matthew Dellavedova would hit a 3 point shot to tie the game. The First Quarter would end in a 19 - 19 tie.

In the Second quarter a familiar face would come off of the bench and begin to have his presence felt in this game. Jordan Clarkson would began to heat up, and would not look back. Jordan Clarkson would make his first of six three pointers tonight in the second quarter.

The Cavs would outscore the portland Trail Blazers 30 -23 in the second quarter making the score 49-42 in favor of the cavs at the half.

In the second half, Veterans, Cedi Osman, Tristan Thompson and Jordan Clarkson along with young bucks Collin Sexton and Darius Garland would help lead the games to a strong second half. The Cavs would a play a complete game.

The Cavs would go on to win the game 110 - 104. Leading the way was Jordan Clarkson, After having 0 points last night Clarkson was prefect from three point range finishing 6-6. Clarkson would finish with 28 points. Tristan Thompson and Cedi Osman defensely kept the pressure on the TrailBlazers keeping the lead in hand.

The Cavs improve to 5-11 and are 3-4 at home. The Cavs next game is on Monday 11-25 at 7pm against the Brooklyn Nets. For all your Cavs updates and news be sure to follow WTAM on Twitter @WTAM1100

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