All around solid game for Cavs

The Cavaliers used a big, fourth quarter run to charge ahead of the Toronto Raptors as they beat them 95-91 at the Q on Wednesday night. They bounced back from their dreadful 63-point performance against the Rockets last weekend and notched a much needed victory. The Cavs, wearing their retro orange uni’s once again, sank some big three pointers down the stretch. None was bigger than Donyell Marshall’s trey with less than 20 seconds left and the Cavs only up by one.

LeBron finished with 26 points and 10 assists, Marshall had 19 off the bench, and Daniel Gibson had 18 (3 0f 6 on three-pointers) in his first ever NBA start. The Cavs saw five players in double figures in points.

It’s obvious Mike Brown is trying anything possible to jumpstart the Hughes-less Cavaliers by juggling the lineup. The Gibson addition worked wonders for one night at least. I’ve been really impressed with this kid so far with this athelticism and ability to shoot the ball. Eric Snow has his good days, but when Larry returns, anyone opposed to starting Gibson at the point along with Larry at the two and having Snow come off the bench? Gibson is a good enough defender and is light years ahead of Snow offensively.

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