Takeaways: Cleveland Cavaliers serve Bean Town beat down, defeat the Boston Celtics 132-123 in overtime
The Cavaliers made a statement on Friday night on where they stand in the Eastern Conference.
The frontcourt saved the day for the Cavs.
Strong performances from Isaac Okoro and Cedi Osman were encouraging.
The Cavaliers are now 0-2 in games that have no significance on Eastern Conference standings.
The Cavs pull off the narrow victory after nearly squandering a 23-point lead.
RJ Nembhard’s 19-point performance wasn’t enough to get the win.
An impressive Cavs season ends on a sour note.
It’s do-or-die Friday night in Cleveland.
It’s onto the play-in tournament.
Evan Mobley finished with 17 points and 7 rebounds in his return.
The Charge’s first season in Cleveland ends unceremoniously.
Thirty-two points from Kyle Guy in his return to the Charge wasn’t enough to secure a win.
The Cavs have now fallen out of the Eastern Conference’s top-six.
The Cavs won on the second night of a back-to-back.
Final Score: Cameron Young’s 37 points lead the Cleveland Charge to 147-137 victory over the Delaware Blue Coats
The Charge bounce back from yesterday’s loss.
Cleveland had a chance to win, but was done in by turnovers.
The first game after losing Jarrett Allen to injury was a mixed bag. But, a win’s a win.
The Cavs got a needed win.
Dylan Windler had 24 points for Cleveland on assignment from the Cavs.
The Cavs did look better than they have of late.
Cavs coach J.B. Bickerstaff was ejected in the loss.
Two Cavs got it done on their home court.
The Cavs continue to get the job done.
Darius Garland also returned to the lineup after missing four games due to injury.
Cleveland is now fourth in the Eastern Conference.
It got dicey late, but the Cavs were able to hang on.