Cavs Take Down Orlando 119-108

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CLEVELAND- The Cleveland Cavaliers are celebrating their third win in a row.

Friday night, All Star Kyrie Irving led the way with 24 points beating Orlando 119-108.

It was Orlando’s 12th straight loss.

Marreese Speights scored 18 points and second year big man Tristan Thompson added 16 for Cleveland, which scored 13 straight points in a stretch that began late in the third period to take control of the game.

A key basket scored by Alonzo Gee, after he pilfered a pass seemed to ignite the club.

The Cavaliers did not let up on the gas, as they scored 34 points in the final period.

Nikola Vucecic scored a career-high 25 points for Orlando, which has lost 23 of 25. The teams last win came on Jan. 16.

Speights, who did not miss from the free throw line, going 12 for 12, scored 12 points in the stretch that helped Cleveland take over. The Cavaliers, who tied a season high with their third straight victory, have won six of eight.