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The Cavaliers wrap up the 2018 NBA Preseason this weekend when they take on the Detroit Pistons at Michigan State’s Jack Breslin Student Events Center this Friday night. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. (ET).
The Wine & Gold enter Friday night with a 2-1 Preseason record after topping the Boston Celtics two games in-a-row before falling to the Indiana Pacers last Monday night, 111-102, at The Q.
While these games don’t count in the long run, the Cavs were able to get some valuable playing time before the long haul begins later this month.
Despite the loss to Indiana, the Cavs showed that they’re already beginning to mesh well. In fact, the squad was able to record a 2018 Preseason-high 27 assists on 40 made baskets in that game, which shows some solid teamwork.
Six players had at least three assists for the Wine & Gold led by George Hill, who tallied five assists to go along with his 10 points, seven rebounds and four steals in 28 minutes of work.
It was Kyle Korver though, who shot lights out on Monday, tallying a team-high 17 points on 6-10 (.600) shooting from the field, including 4-7 (.571) from beyond the arc in 20 minutes off the bench.
Last season, Korver led Cleveland with 164 triples and shot .436 from beyond the arc (sixth-best in NBA).
Over his regular season career, he has knocked down 2,213 three-pointers, which ranks fourth all-time in NBA history.
Also on Monday night, John Holland contributed 13 points on 5-7 (.714) shooting, including a perfect 3-3 from three-point range, and three assists in 12 minutes, while Sam Dekker pitched in 10 points and a pair of steals in 32 minutes against the Pacers.
With Indy in the rear-view mirror now, the Cavaliers have shifted their focus onto another divisional rival – the Detroit Pistons – who, like the Pacers, have their eyes set on dethroning Cleveland as Central Division champions (a title the Cavs have owned for four straight years).
Detroit enters the 2018-19 Season with a retooled roster and a brand-new bench boss in Dwane Casey.
Casey, who despite winning Coach of the Year last year with Toronto, was let go by the Raptors after they were bounced by the Cavs in last year’s Playoffs.
The 61-year-old will now be in charge of leading a team with two All-Star big men manning the frontcourt in Andre Drummond and Blake Griffin.