CLEVELAND — The Cavs are a young team with lots of potential, and their youth was apparent against the Bulls.
Chicago is working without star point guard Derrick Rose, but it didn’t keep them from getting out in front early against the Cavaliers.
Carlos Boozer and company never looked back, leading most of the game by double digits.
In the end, Kyrie Irving led the wine and gold with 15 points.
Anderson Varejao and Alonzo Gee added 12 apiece.
Cleveland fell by a final score of 115 to 86.
The Cavaliers now have one win and one loss in this young season.
They will take on the Bucks in Milwaukee Saturday night.