The Cleveland Cavaliers had 22 turnovers last night as they felt the Heat in Miami last night. The Cavs did a great job handling LeBron James, the Cavs hurt themselves turning the ball over 22 times. The Heat may have won the game, for Cleveland fans it was good to see the Cavs play for the entire 48 minutes. Chris Bosh had a god game for the Heat and his shooting helped the Heat pull away from the Cavaliers in the 4th. This young Cavaliers team has got to figure out a way to stop shooting themselves in the foot with all these turnovers.

The Cavaliers have had double digit turnovers in just about every game they have played this season.  Once the Cavs figure out a way to stop making bad decisions and crating all these turn overs this team will be a contender. Until then Coach Byron Scott is going to have his hands full trying to help his young guys from creating mistakes.

Cavs Alonzo Gee did an outstanding job guarding LeBron James last night, for a lot of guys that is a match up nightmare. Gee was able to hang in there and although the Cavs lost the game they were able to control James who looked to be out of rhythm all night long. Gee has been a force all season long and has showed greatness at times coming off the Cavs bench.

Cavalier rookie Kyrie Irving felt they played a hard fought battle out there last night but beat themselves with all the turn overs. The Heat won the game 92-85 it wasn’t the blow out everyone was thinking it would be.

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