The Cavs overcame a 10 point deficit and terrible first half shooting to extend their winning streak to 4 by beating the Pistons in Detroit on Wednesday night 93-89.

Kyrie Irving and Tristan Thompson scored 25 of the Cavs 27 4th quarter points. The Cavs took their first lead of the game on two Irving free throws with 2:06 left in the game and never looked back. Thompson finished with 25 points and 15 rebounds and had some huge offensive rebounds and put backs after being pushed around early by the Pistons big men.

Kyrie Irving continued his recent All Star type play with 23 points and 4 assists, but had two great passes in the 4th quarter to spark the comeback.

The Cavs defense held the Pistons 17% shooting from three point land and caused 16 Piston turnover's. The Cavs go into the All Star break on a 4 game winning streak and a 20-33 record.


Arnie Hamilton

WTAM Sports