Cavs Top 76ers in Double OT, 127-125

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CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Cavaliers were looking to get back to their winning ways after losing two on the road.

The Cavs dropped to the 76ers in Philadelphia Friday night but got a shot at redemption Saturday at Quicken Loans Arena.

The Cavaliers finally seemed to begin to mesh, leading the Sixers 30-27 after the first quarter and 53-48 at the half.

Cleveland faced an ugly third quarter, but ended up on top, beating the 76ers 127-125 in a second overtime in front of an electric crowd.

Kyrie Irving lead the team with 39 points and 12 assists.

The Cavaliers improve to 3-4 on the season and will look for their first road win Monday night in Chicago.