This evening the Cavs will play the Bobcats in the second game of a back-to-back. Yesterday afternoon saw the Cavs extend their winning streak to 7 games last night in New Jersey. The Bobcats come in to the game coming off a win in Miami last night. The Bobcats overall record is 13-18, having gone 4-6 in their last 10 games.
This is another one that the Cavs should win easily, but as we have become somewhat accustomed to this Cavs team tends to play to the level of their competition. What this means is we could have an interesting Sunday evening game ahead of us. The Cavs and Bobcats have split their two games thus far, the loss coming in maddening fashion, seeing the deterioration of real basketball and the commencement of the crying.
Cleveland: Offense – 100.3 ppg, 111 pts/100 poss, 48.2% FG, 74% FT, 16% T/O; Defense - 94.2 ppg, 104 pts/100 poss, 43.3% FG, 78% FT, 14% T/O
Charlotte: Offense – 91.2 ppg, 100 pts/100 poss, 43.8 % FG, 72% FT, 18% T/O; Defense - 92.1 ppg, 101 pts/100 poss, 44.4% FG, 75% FT, 18% T/O
Oct 31 – Cavs 90, Bobcats 79 recap
Nov 27 – Cavs 87, Bobcats 94 recap
Feb 19 Cavs @ Bobcats