CLEVELAND--The Cavs stormed back late in the fourth quarter led by rookie Isaac Okoro to force overtime against the top team (record-wise) in the Western Conference. But in OT, the Phoenix Suns showed exactly why they're the top seed in the West as they outscored the Cavs 20-4 as the Suns win in overtime over Cleveland 134-118.
Offensively, the Cavs young stars shined as Okoro scored a career-high 32 points, Sexton with 29 points.
Game was tied 114-114 going into overtime. Then Mikal Bridges of the Suns took over:
Here's JB Bickerstaff's thoughts on Isacc Okoro:
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