Cavs Failed to Make Shots, fall to the Knicks 95-85

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CLEVELAND--The Cleveland Cavaliers had opportunities to control the game Tuesday night thanks to the New York Knicks' 27 turnovers. However, the Cavs failed to connect on shots as only made 36% of their field goals which led to the Cavs losing their first game of the 2020-2021 campaign to the Knicks 95-85 (point was taken away from Cleveland after the game).

The shots were not falling and the Cavs players lost their way while the Knicks led by Julius Randle's Triple Double gave the Knicks their second win of the season.

Darius Garland had this to say after the game:

The Cavs begin a 6 game road trip on New Year's Eve at Indiana. Tipoff is at 3pm on Newsradio WTAM 1100AM/106.9FM and the free iHeartRadio App.

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