Cavaliers extend losing streak to fourThe Cleveland Cavaliers lost their fourth game in a row as the Chicago Bulls led by Loul Deng and Derrick Rose proved to much for the Irving-less to handle last night. The Cleveland Cavaliers looked good in the first quarter, at the end of one the Cavaliers were within 2 trailing 30-28. In the second the Cavaliers would start to fall further behind as the Bulls scored 26 and the Cavs only scored 16 points. At the half the Cavs would go into the locker room trailing Chicago by 12.

The cavaliers would come out for the second half and let the Bulls run wild being outscored by Chicago by 11 at the end of three Chicago clearly had the game in hand. Cleveland would outscore the Bulls by 2 points in the fourth, it was to little to late as the Bulls ran away with the game. Cleveland was outplayed and the Cavs unfortunately extended their losing streak to four games in a row losing last night to Chicago 112-91.

For the Cavaliers Antwan Jamison led the way with 22 points for the Cavs starters and Ramon Session added 16 points. The Cavs bench didn’t really shine in this one folks. Manny Harris led the way with 9 points and Daniel Gibson added 8. The Cleveland Cavaliers have to learn how to play 48 minutes with the same intensity they start the game with. The Cavaliers defense did little to stop Derrick Rose in the second half of last nights contest.

The Cleveland Cavaliers return to the floor tonight to take on the Washington Wizards, lets hope Cleveland can snap this losing streak.



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