James, Irving and Love take a break as Cavs lose to Bucks in preseason game 4

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CLEVELAND – Playing without LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love, the Cavs dropped their 4th exhibition game in four tries Tuesday night at the Q.  The final,  110-101 as the Milwaukee Bucks posted the victory.

The visitors were led by Greg Monroe, who scorched the nets to the tune of 19 points.  The Cavs were led by Mo Williams, who scored 18 points and hit 3 three pointers.

Richard Jefferson helped the Cavs’ cause by scoring 16 points while Matthew Dellavedova scored 13, 10 of them in the first half.

Cleveland did not shoot the ball well, hitting only 35 percent of their shots.   The Bucks canned 47 percent of their offerings.

The Cavaliers are back on the Quicken Loans Arena hardwood on Thursday night when the Indiana Pacers come to town.

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