I definitely wasn't able to watch this game. I'm not even sure if there was a stream so in giving you my match reaction I'm going to have to infer some things from the box score.
Hopefully in the comments there are a few people who were in person at the scrimmage and can give us some real details.
As we roll through this recap I'll give you a look at some of the more noticeable things from the box.
*First off, it is really impressive that 12,230 people attended this game. Personally I would have predicted that about 2,000 would show but I guess I really had no clue.
*Omri Casspi thoroughly outplayed his counterpart Alonzo Gee. Casspi shot 80% of the field and was joint high scorer for the victors while Gee failed to net any points in over 28 minutes on the court.
*I'm not high at all on Tristan Thompson. He's got such a long ways to go. The man can't finish well inside the paint as he always is gathering himself and has no game outside five feet. It looks like he had a weak performance.
*To no surprise, Dion Waiters and Kyrie Irving had solid nights on the offensive end. I have no idea how their individual defense looked as that will be something to keep a close eye on. Irving's defense was pitiful last year and Waiters seems likely to struggle, as most do, in his first taste of defending NBA players.
*The Wine were handed a very terrible weak bench. Is Daniel Gibson capable of contributing anything this year?
Keep in mind that the Cavaliers host Montepaschi Siena of Italy on Monday night at the Q and there are still free tickets available.
The contest with the Italians tips off at 6 pm CST.
For post game video from tonight's scrimmage featuring Scott, Irving, Waiters and Casspi please clickity click.
Lastly, do you know who the player in the picture is?