The Cleveland Cavaliers are feeling good after two straight wins at home and will look to extend their win streak to four on Tuesday night. Cleveland will take on the 76ers in Philadelphia as the NBA’s In-Season Tournament continues.
The Cavaliers are finding their footing after a slow start and injury concerns. Injuries are still a headache for the Cavaliers but the team is starting to put the pieces together. Darius Garland is getting hot at the right time and Evan Mobley, Caris LeVert and Max Strus are all playing great basketball as of late.
Cleveland currently sits at 7-6 on the season and 4-1 in their last five contests. The Cavs will have their hands full with the duo of Joel Embiid and Tyrese Maxey and will have to play strong defensively as a team to extend their win streak.
Philadelphia kicks off a tough three-game stretch for the Cavaliers as Cleveland will see the Heat and the Lakers following the Sixers matchup. Cleveland has boasted some impressive wins in the young season, most recently against the defending champion Denver Nuggets. This is a Cavaliers team looking to contend and statement wins like this, early in the season, can certainly build confidence.
Cleveland will be without their leading scorer, Donovan Mitchell, for the third straight contest. The Cavs will hope to have Caris LeVert for tonight’s matchup but Cleveland’s sixth man is listed as questionable.
With Darius Garland and Evan Mobley leading the way, the Cavaliers will certainly give the 76ers all the want. This game will definitely be one to watch.
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