Basketball fans from all over the world tuned into the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 147-135 double-overtime thriller against the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night. According to numbers provided by the NBA, the Cavs-Nets matchup -- the debut of Brooklyn’s Big Three, Kyrie Irving’s return from a two-week hiatus, his second appearance in Cleveland since asking for a trade in the summer of 2017, and Collin Sexton’s overtime explosion that captured the league’s attention and led to a variety of tweets from hi...
It has since featured inspirational and artistic Cleveland-themed murals by Sherwin-Williams and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Now, the Cavaliers have debuted a new mural titled “For the Love, for the Land” as an artistic portrayal of unity. The design received unanimous approval from the Cleveland City Planning Commission in December.
While the Nets starters tired and Harden, Irving and Durant played the final 18:45 together, Brooklyn’s best on-ball defender, Bruce Brown, sat on the bench. Brown’s 6-2 frame made for an ideal matchup to potentially cool down Sexton, who is 6-1, but after seeing the reserves struggle in the second quarter, Nash elected to tighten his rotations and play just nine all game.