Through 2 parts
Both the Cleveland Cavaliers and Phoenix Suns kept goalkeepers busy with 129 goals in two innings. Cleveland emerged as a leader and led Phoenix 68-61.
center Jarrett Allen has led so far for the Cavaliers, as he has 18 points and two assists along with nine goals. One thing to watch out for is Dean Wade’s foul situation as he is currently sitting in third place.
Phoenix was led by guards Devin Booker, who has so far had 24 points and two assists along with two rebounds.
Phoenix may have fallen, but they’ve fallen by the end of the second quarter four times this season and have won 75% of those games.
Phoenix @ Cleveland
Current record: Phoenix 14-3; Cleveland 9-9
What to know
The Cleveland Cavaliers have not won a showdown against the Phoenix Suns since February 21, 2019, but they will look to end the drought Wednesday. The Cavaliers will play at home against Phoenix at 7 p.m. ET. Phoenix will still rise after the win, while Cleveland will find a way to steer the ship.
Looks like Cleveland took the smaller clavicle halves at Thanksgiving dinner. They were in impressive distance but were unable to close the gap on Monday as they fell 117-112 to the Brooklyn Nets. Top scorers for Cleveland are point guards Darius Garland (24 points) and small forward Lauri Markkanen (22 points).
As for the Suns, they must be even more grateful after Monday’s game against the San Antonio Spurs. Phoenix took the lead in a nail game against San Antonio, taking a 115-111 lead. center Deanre Ayton and protection point Cameron Payne was one of the main players for Phoenix as the former dropped a double on 21 points and 14 and the second had 20 points.
Cleveland is expected to lose this next game by 6.5. However, those who like to bet on the underdog should be pleased to know that they are on 10-5 against the odds when a loss is expected.
Cleveland is currently 9-9 while the Suns sit at 14-3. A few numbers to note before we get started: The Cavaliers entered the game with the third-least allowed points per game in the league of 102.6. But Phoenix entered the game averaging 111.8 points per game, placing fourth best in the league. These opposing strengths will make for an interesting match.
How to watch
- When: Wednesday at 7pm ET
- Where: Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse – Cleveland, Ohio
- TV: Bally Sports – Arizona
- Streaming online: fuboTV (Free trial. Regional restrictions may apply.)
- Monitor: CBS Sports App
- Fare: $28.67
According to the latest news, The Suns is the most favorite opponent with 6.5 points compared to the Cavaliers. NBA Odds.
The odds providers have been matching the betting community on this match, as the game opened with a spread of 6.5 points and was right there.
Top / Bottom: -110
Cleveland have won seven of their last 11 games against Phoenix.
- October 30, 2021 – Phoenix 101 vs Cleveland 92
- May 4, 2021 – Phoenix 134 vs Cleveland 118
- February 8, 2021 – Phoenix 119 vs Cleveland 113
- April 1, 2019 – Phoenix 122 vs Cleveland 113
- February 21, 2019 – Cleveland 111 vs Phoenix 98
- March 23, 2018 – Cleveland 120 vs Phoenix 95
- March 13, 2018 – Cleveland 129 vs Phoenix 107
- January 19, 2017 – Cleveland 118 vs Phoenix 103
- January 8, 2017 – Cleveland 120 vs Phoenix 116
- January 27, 2016 – Cleveland 115 vs Phoenix 93
- December 28, 2015 – Cleveland 101 vs Phoenix 97
Cleveland Injury Report
- Cedi Osman: Game-Time Decision (Return)
- Lamar Stevens: Out (Ankle)
- Evan Mobley: Ra (elbow)
- Collin Sexton: Out for the Season (Knee)
Report Injury to Phoenix
- Abdel Nader: Ra (Knee)
- Frank Kaminsky: Out (Knee)
- Dario Saric: Ra (Knee)
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