2. New guys’ production
The Cavs as a whole bounced back on Friday against Memphis, but their newcomers did so in spectacular fashion.
George Hill had his best game as a Cavalier, with 18 points. Larry Nance Jr. had 15 points, eight rebounds and four steals, while his former Lakers teammate Jordan Clarkson added in 14. Rodney Hood added in 10 points as well, meaning the four newbies accounted for 57 of the Cavs’ 112 points.
In their four games together, they are averaging 45.9 points per game.
Sunday provides them another chance to gel with each other while allowing Tyronn Lue and the coaching staff another opportunity to add in a few more pieces at both ends of the floor.
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