Cavs Lose to Milwaukee, 105-102

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MILWAUKEE, Wisc. — What a finish in Milwaukee.

The Cavs were trailing 102-100 with eight seconds left in the game when Kyrie Irving drove the length of the court and got his lay-up to fall tying the game at 102 with .7 seconds left.

On the inbounds, Brandon Jennings hit a three-pointer as the clock expired giving Milwaukee a 105-102 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The Cavs were led by Irving, who had 27 points in 33 minutes. Anderson Varejao added 20, and Dion Waiters had 13 as the Cavs lose their first road game of the season. They are now 1-2 to start the 2012-2013 campaign.

The Cavs have lost six straight games in Milwaukee and have lost eight straight to the Bucks.

Cleveland is beginning a six-game, 11-day road trip with stops in Milwaukee, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Phoenix, Oklahoma City and New Jersey.

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