The Cavs are just ahead of three teams in the NBA’s Eastern Conference standings, and Saturday night, they traveled to Orlando to take on one of them.
They ended up defeating the Orlando Magic, 118-94.
This one was tied at the half, but the Cavs started pulling away in the third, and rookie Tyler Zeller was the catalyst.
He put up 12 points in the third quarter alone to give Cleveland a seven-point lead.
Then, newcomer Mareese Speights took over in the fourth. He finished with a team high 18.
The Cavs had seven players in double figures as they trounced the Magic.
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