Cleveland vs. Atlanta Final Score: Cavs Stun Hawks, 113-111

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The Cleveland Cavaliers entered the game a 9-point underdog and were able to pull off the last second victory against the Atlanta Hawks

The Cleveland Cavaliers won a game! Up by three with 15 seconds remaining, Daniel Gibson got caught on a Josh Smith screen and allowed the Hawks to drain the game-tying three. On the next possession, Dion Waiters chucked an AWFUL three point attempt, but Alonzo Gee snuck in on the baseline, gobbled the offensive board, and put it back in for the game winner. Cavs win 113-111.


Final - 11.30.2012 1 2 3 4 Total
Cleveland Cavaliers 27 29 26 31 113
Atlanta Hawks 29 38 24 20 111

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Anderson Varejao continued his streak and has now grabbed 15+ rebounds in seven straight games. He finished with 20 points and 18 rebounds.

Tristan Thompson added his own career high 15 rebounds while Jeremy Pargo poured in 22 points as Kyrie Irving's understudy.

Dion Waiters had a pretty solid night, despite his horrible shot at the end. He finished with 21 points on 6 of 16 shooting and 7 assists.

Lou Williams and Josh Smith led the Hawks with 18 and 25 points, respectively.

The defense was garbage. They made stupid mistakes. They took horrible shots. But they won a tough game against a playoff team on the road.

CAVS WIN.

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