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CLEVELAND (28 - 9) at PORTLAND (17 - 23)
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CLEVELAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games28-9+8.816-1919-18109.856.845.5%54.2103.551.245.1%50.7
Road Games10-6+0.56-109-7105.754.343.7%52.1104.552.146.3%51.9
Last 5 Games3-2-1.10-52-3102.450.042.3%55.4102.448.646.0%50.6
CLEVELAND Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)109.856.839-8545.5%13-3338.7%19-2576.3%541022187134
vs opponents surrendering104.652.639-8545.1%10-2735.7%18-2376.9%531023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)105.754.337-8443.7%13-3338.9%20-2577.1%521019177153
Stats Against (All Games)103.551.239-8745.1%10-2835.7%15-1976.6%511124227135
vs opponents averaging104.452.339-8545.1%10-2735.7%18-2377.5%521022208135
Stats Against (Road Games)104.552.140-8746.3%10-2636.6%14-1877.1%521123228155

PORTLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-23-6.417-2324-16108.255.746.2%50.2110.957.345.8%53.9
Home Games10-8-0.98-1011-7109.254.847.1%50.1108.855.045.4%53.7
Last 5 Games3-2+2.44-13-2112.454.450.0%54.8107.058.044.9%50.4
PORTLAND Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)108.255.740-8646.2%10-2936.4%19-2477.9%50922227135
vs opponents surrendering104.752.939-8545.3%10-2735.8%18-2377.0%521022208145
Team Stats (Home Games)109.254.840-8647.1%11-2937.9%18-2375.1%50923217135
Stats Against (All Games)110.957.340-8745.8%10-2637.6%22-2878.9%541021208135
vs opponents averaging105.553.439-8545.5%10-2736.2%18-2477.4%521022208145
Stats Against (Home Games)108.855.039-8645.4%9-2635.8%21-2779.2%541019198134
Average power rating of opponents played: CLEVELAND 93.6,  PORTLAND 95.6
CLEVELAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/2/2016@ CHICAGO105-111L-1.5L209.5O45-8354.2%381847-9649.0%5712
12/5/2016@ TORONTO116-112W2W214.5O40-8447.6%621438-8843.2%417
12/7/2016@ NEW YORK126-94W-8W214O39-8048.7%531235-8740.2%4716
12/14/2016@ MEMPHIS85-93L7L190U28-7537.3%491235-8143.2%6017
12/17/2016LA LAKERS119-108W-15L219O46-8951.7%51841-8647.7%4611
12/20/2016@ MILWAUKEE114-108W-3W212O37-9140.7%531040-8746.0%6014
12/25/2016GOLDEN STATE109-108W3.5W219.5U37-9538.9%601237-7748.1%5119
12/26/2016@ DETROIT90-106L5.5L204.5U30-7938.0%582141-9344.1%5412
12/31/2016@ CHARLOTTE121-109W0W209.5O43-8550.6%42640-7851.3%4511
1/2/2017NEW ORLEANS90-82W-9L217.5U34-9037.8%661132-8836.4%5513
1/6/2017@ BROOKLYN116-108W-13.5L221O38-8843.2%601241-9145.1%5419
1/8/2017@ PHOENIX120-116W-8.5L221.5O44-8253.7%442046-8752.9%4114
1/10/2017@ UTAH92-100L0L203.5U31-8536.5%521638-7948.1%5518
1/11/2017@ PORTLAND              
1/13/2017@ SACRAMENTO              
1/16/2017@ GOLDEN STATE              
1/21/2017SAN ANTONIO              
1/23/2017@ NEW ORLEANS              

PORTLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/5/2016@ CHICAGO112-110W4W212.5O45-9348.4%49935-8342.2%5715
12/7/2016@ MILWAUKEE107-115L1.5L214.5O37-8543.5%481540-7751.9%5210
12/8/2016@ MEMPHIS86-88L-2L205U25-8230.5%631231-8735.6%7112
12/10/2016@ INDIANA111-118L0L216.5O40-8248.8%451740-8348.2%4613
12/12/2016@ LA CLIPPERS120-121L10W219O44-8750.6%491542-8947.2%4611
12/13/2016OKLAHOMA CITY114-95W-2.5W219U43-8053.7%481333-8737.9%5720
12/15/2016@ DENVER120-132L2.5L221.5O41-8846.6%501443-8451.2%4815
12/17/2016@ GOLDEN STATE90-135L14L234U34-8639.5%351151-8758.6%6615
12/20/2016@ SACRAMENTO121-126L-1L216.5O44-8651.2%53840-7255.6%3910
12/23/2016SAN ANTONIO90-110L1.5L211.5U35-7944.3%431539-7850.0%4912
12/30/2016@ SAN ANTONIO94-110L10L202O35-7745.5%331139-7850.0%5516
1/1/2017@ MINNESOTA95-89W6W208U36-7349.3%491435-8740.2%5716
1/4/2017@ GOLDEN STATE117-125L16W223O40-8944.9%541744-8750.6%4615
1/5/2017LA LAKERS118-109W-6.5W222O43-8153.1%571336-8641.9%4711
1/10/2017@ LA LAKERS108-87W-2.5W229.5U43-8550.6%591132-8338.6%5110
1/16/2017@ WASHINGTON              
1/18/2017@ CHARLOTTE              
1/20/2017@ PHILADELPHIA              
1/21/2017@ BOSTON              
1/25/2017LA LAKERS              
CLEVELAND: BACKCOURT: PG Kyrie Irving became an instant legend with his Finals-winning shot in Game 7 last year. While he didn't lack for confidence before, that added status will benefit a player who needs to play different roles at different times. SG J.R. Smith, too, is viewed through a new lens now that he's a champion. Smith came up huge for the Cavs in last year's Finals and hasn't put on a shirt since. SG Iman Shumpert really needs to improve his shooting. . . . FRONTCOURT: Basic knowledge of the human body tells us that SF LeBron James has to slow down sometime, but he's shown few actual signs of doing so. Continuing to rest him in the regular season would be very wise of coach Tyronn Lue. It's easy to forget how bad things got with PF Kevin Love last year, but we'll see if his defense on Steph Curry really did heal the situation. When it counts, C Tristan Thompson performs his low-post role to perfection. . . . BOTTOM LINE: With a full offseason as head coach of strategizing under his belt, Lue should be able to create a monster out of a group that few remember seemed lost at times last year. But don't be surprised if James sees more rest than ever.
PORTLAND: BACKCOURT: PG Damian Lillard was a snub for the All-Star Game last season, but was awarded Second Team All-NBA status at the year's end, joining the likes of Chris Paul and Kevin Durant. He's one of the best leaders a team could ask for. He and SG C.J. McCollum will dominate the ball, with McCollum being a surprisingly efficient scorer. SG Allen Crabbe, his backup, returns on a big contract and likely with a larger role. . . . FRONTCOURT: PF Al-Farouq Aminu is the best defensive player on the roster, and he averaged nearly 15 points and nine rebounds per game in the postseason last year. C Ed Davis is the other outstanding defender on the front line. SF Evan Turner arrives via free agency to do a little bit of everything except, hopefully, shoot three-pointers. C Mason Plumlee and PF Meyers Leonard both look to take steps forward. . . . BOTTOM LINE: After tons of talent left in free agency left last offseason, the Blazers greatly exceeded expectations by winning 44 games and a playoff series. Their core is young, so there's no reason for them to not keep improving.
Cavs travel to Portland, aiming to rebound from loss

PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Portland Trail Blazers and Cleveland Cavaliers will be coming into Wednesday night's Moda Center matchup with different mindsets after opposite results on Tuesday.

The Trail Blazers outscored the Los Angeles Lakers 53-30 in the second half en route to a 108-87 victory Tuesday night at Staples Center.

The Cavaliers, meanwhile, fell behind early and never recovered in a 100-92 loss to Utah at EnergySolutions Arena.

CJ McCollum topped the 20-point mark for the eighth straight game with a game-high 25 points for Portland (17-23), which beat the Lakers for the 10th consecutive time.

"I've been playing pretty efficiently over that stretch," McCollum said. "I'm being aggressive, trying to make the right moves to help my team win."

Damian Lillard scored 18 of his 20 points in the second half, most of them after a third-quarter altercation with the Lakers' D'Angelo Russell that earned technical fouls for both players. Lillard was 1 for 10 from the field in the first half and 6 for 11 after intermission.

"You should always let sleeping dogs lie," Portland forward Ed Davis said. "They woke him up. Bad move by them."

The Blazers, who held the Lakers to 12 points in the third quarter. It was a season-low for any quarter by the Lakers and a season low for any quarter by a Blazer opponent.

"We did a good job of defending without fouling and getting back into transition to eliminate their easy baskets," McCollum said. "That was the difference in the game."

McCollum said he is looking forward to the Cavaliers' annual visit to Portland.

"We're both come off back-to-backs," he said. "Cleveland is a very good team. We just have to take advantage of our home crowd and try to put on a show. It is going to be mind over matter."

The Cavaliers (28-9) are 2-1 to start their six-game road trip, but coach Tyron Lue is not pleased with how they're taking care of the ball. They had 20 turnovers in a Sunday win over Phoenix and 18 in the setback at Utah.

"If you turn the basketball over and you're taking bad shots ... if you don't play the right way, it can come back to bite you," Lue said.

The last time the Blazers and Cavaliers met up, Cleveland's Kevin Love had a career game in a 137-125 victory Nov. 23 at Quicken Loans Arena. The Portland native scored 40 points, sinking 8 of 12 from 3-point range. Love had 34 points in the first quarter -- three shy of Klay Thompson's NBA record for points in any quarter -- sinking 11 of 14 shots, including 8 of 10 from 3-point land. Love outscored the Blazers 34-31 during the Cavs' 46-point first quarter.

Kyle Korver made his debut in a Cleveland uniform Tuesday night at Utah without the benefit of a practice or shootaround. The veteran guard, acquired Monday in a trade with Atlanta, was 0 for 2 on 3-point attempts and scored two points on 1-for-5 shooting.

Said teammate LeBron James: "The first thing I told him was, 'If you want to fit in, shoot the ball every time you get it. Shoot it as soon as it touches your hands. Shoot it. We don't care.'"

James said five Cavs have the "ultra green light" to shoot: Korver, Love, J.R. Smith, Channing Frye and James Jones.

"Then we got a green light for Kyrie (Irving), and a flashing light for myself," James said.

Last Updated: 5/27/2018 12:53:18 PM EST

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