Delonte leads 29-0 charge: Cavaliers 101, Bucks 86
Photo: Morry Gash/AP
With 4:36 left in the first quarter, the Cavaliers trailed the Bucks 17-10 after originally trailing 11-0. That's when the Cavaliers decided to do a little deer hunting. The Cavaliers put a 29-0 spot on the stunned Bucks who trailed by 22 at the end of the run and never came close to recovering from it. The Cavaliers moved to 15-5 with another fantastic team effort and another sub-20 point effort from LeBron James.
Take a med-kit to the Moon: Jamario Moon missed today's game with a groin strain, and he is listed as day-to-day for the Cavaliers' next game on Tuesday in Memphis. The Bucks were without traditional Cavalier killer and Buckeye Michael Redd, who has been held to just five games so far this season.
Is it game time already?: With the odd 3:00 PM start (2:00 PM local), the Cavaliers looked a little stiff at first. They were scoreless for the first three minutes of the game, missing four shots before a Mo Williams jumper ended the drought. The Cavaliers were 4-for-11 from the field when the big run began. Meanwhile, Milwaukee made seven of its first nine shots, and the normally football-hungry Milwaukee fans were enjoying their Sunday afternoon early.
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