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The result was welcome but the process offered more of the inconsistent defensive effort that has plagued the Cleveland Cavaliers throughout the opening weeks of the season.
Cleveland (5-6) mustered the offense to outgun the Milwaukee Bucks 124-119 on Tuesday night at Quicken Loans Arena, yet the victory marked a ninth consecutive game in which it surrendered at least 112 points.
The Cavaliers snapped a three-game home skid but needed a 55.5 effective field goal percentage to do so, with monster efforts from Kevin Love (32 points, 16 rebounds) and LeBron James (30 points, eight rebounds, nine assists) required to offset the Bucks’ 56.6 percent shooting, 13 3-pointers, and a 40-point night from Giannis Anteto kounmpo.
However, there were some positives within the triumph for the Cavaliers, who will visit the Houston Rockets on Thursday night at Toyota Center. Their 39-point first quarter represented a reversal from a series of slow starts to grease the skids to their run of losses. And, with James and Love on the bench, Cleveland extended its lead during a key stretch to open the fourth.
Those moments of defense might be fleeting. The Cavaliers remain last in the NBA in defensive rating at 112.4 points per 100 possessions, and while offenses throughout the league are thriving, Cleveland won’t amount to much if it doesn’t improve on the defensive end.
The Rockets (8-3) certainly have the capability to shatter any designs the Cavaliers have on defensive development. Behind guard James Harden, who claimed his second Western Conference Player of the Week award on Monday, Houston appears to have found its offense.
With Harden averaging 38.7 points and 11 assists per game, the Rockets put together a modest three-game winning streak while scoring 125 points per game on 51.2 percent shooting, including 42 percent on 3-pointers. And after lamenting their slow start offensively, the Rockets have climbed to fifth in offensive rating (108.4) and 13th in pace (101.2).