(New Orleans, LA) - Despite 35 second-half points from Kyrie Irving, a furious fourth-quarter rally fell short for the Cleveland Cavaliers, as they dropped a 124-122 decision to the New Orleans Pelicans at Smoothie King Center on Monday night.
At some point, the Cavaliers need to stop messing around, wake up, toughen up and act like defending champions. You don't allow the New Orleans Pelicans to score 70 points in the first half when you're giving actual effort.
Not even a Tyronn Lue technical could save the Cavaliers. If Lue is being honest, and we have no reason to believe otherwise, then his T in Monday's 124-122 loss at New Orleans was the first of his career.
The Cavaliers January woes continued with a 124-122 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans on…
A big night from Kyrie couldn't save Cleveland.
New Orleans Pelicans - 124 Cleveland Cavaliers - 122 [Box Score] The Cavaliers just got whooped 124-122 by a New Orleans Pelicans team that didn'...
Most of the rest of the first half kind of sucked.
On Sunday, it was announced that an authentic pair of LeBron James' practice shoes will be raffled off by the Chardon Community Action Team in partnership with The LeBron James Family Foundation.
Cavs Nation Feed Quarter 1: Well, the Pelicans couldn't seem to miss to start the game. After starting the quarter 6 of 6 from the field and 2 of 2 from three, the Pelicans were able to swiftly take the lead.
As the NBA's defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers prepare for tonight's match-up against the New Orleans Pelicans inside The Smoothie King Center at 8:00 p.m. EST, they find themselves in a bit of a slump.