CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Cavs are now 13-4 after falling to the Los Angeles Clippers at Quicken Loans Arena Thursday night. The final score was 113-94.
It was a tough game that started out on a bright note for the Cavs as fans gave LeBron James a standing ovation after he was chosen Sports Illustrated’s Sportsperson of the Year on Thursday. He, of course, led the Cavaliers to an NBA title, ending Cleveland’s 52-year championship drought.
Both teams were coming off tough road losses. The Cavs lost to the Milwaukee Bucks, while the Clippers lost in double overtime at the Brooklyn Nets.
Next up for the Cavs: They will head to Chicago to take on the Bulls Friday night.