It was all Cavs, all night on Tuesday in Philly as the Cavs beat the Sixers 114-85.
Seven Cavs scored in double figures led by Tyler Zeller who had 18 points and 15 rebounds. The Cavs continued their hot play while Philadelphia looked, well like the Cavs looked before this 5 game winning streak started.
Philly fans booed the home team several times for their poor play and lack of effort. The Cavs held the Sixers to 35% shooting and the Cavs big men dominated the paint. Even without starting Center Anderson Varejao the Cavs out rebounded Philadelphia 61-44.
Dion Waiters left the game with a hyper extended knee, but had 13 points before the injury. The Cavs easily had their best offensive game of the year with 28 assists and constant movement towards the hoop. Kyrie Irving had 14 points, but controlled the game offensively with his dribbling and passing.
The Cavs will try for their sixth straight win on Wednesday at the Q as they welcome in the Orlando Magic.