CHICAGO– The Cavaliers came out against the Chicago Bulls on Monday night and did just about everything they had to do for their 12th straight win.
Cleveland topped Chicago, 113-91, to extend their NBA-best win streak.
In the first quarter, the Cavs found themselves down 9-3, and it looked like it was going to be one of those games that has been Cleveland’s m.o. over recent years where the Cavs lack energy against a struggling team. However, the Cavs turned around and went on an 18-5 run in the remainder of the quarter to win the frame and never looked back.
On Wednesday, the Cavs will have a chance to tie the franchise record for consecutive wins as they return home to take on the Sacramento Kings. For now, here are our three takeaways from win No. 12.
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