CLEVELAND, OH -- The Cleveland Cavaliers celebrated fan appreciation night in their final home game of the regular season. Cleveland came into Wednesday night's game against Boston having lost 11 straight games, and looked to veteran forward Kevin Love to get them back on track. Love notched his season high in points, leading the Cavs to a 102-94 win over the visiting Boston Celtics in the Cavalier's home finale.
Kevin Love scored a season-high 30 points on an efficient 10-16 shooting from the field. Cavaliers young guard Collin Sexton continues to dominant the green and white, lighting up the Celtics for 28 points and 8 assists.
Boston winger Jason Tatum led the way in the scoring category for the injury riddled Celtics, dropping a total of 29 points on 11-26 shooting.
Cleveland will take Thursday off before taking on the Wizards on the road. Tip-off on Friday night is set for 7:00 pm ET at Capitol One Arena in Washington District of Columbia.