SAN ANTONIO, TX — It’s no secret that the Cavs are struggling to come together on both sides of the ball. With only one win on the road, the young team was looking to regain momentum Saturday night against the Spurs.
But the bad news continued for the Cavaliers; the team not only fell, but fell hard, losing 126-96, their worst loss of the year.
Cleveland once again trailed the entire game, with the Spurs leading by double at halftime, 65-32.
The Cavaliers fall to 4-10 on the season. The team is off until Wednesday when they will have their work cut out of them as LeBron James and the Miami Heat visit the Q.