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MIAMI, FL--The Cleveland Cavaliers struggled against the Miami Heat Tuesday night and had very few answers as the Cavs fall against the Heat 113-98.
The Cavs indeed return home Wednesday night for the first time since the All-Star break which is a great sign for the Cavs as they have struggled on the road recently overall and historically in Miami. The Cavs have not won a game in Miami since January 2010 when LeBron James led Cleveland against Dwayne Wade's Heat team.
As for Tuesday nights' game, Jimmy Butler led all scorers with 28 points along with 12 rebounds.
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After the Heat started the game on a 5-0 run, Cavs Head Coach JB Bickerstaff called timeout within the first minute of the game. Cavs scored nine straight after the timeout. But the Heat handled business the rest of the way.
Cavs did outscore the Heat 22-18 in the fourth quarter when Coach Bickerstaff decided to play all five starters for the majority of the quarter.
Cavs will host the Boston Celtics on Wednesday night. Coverage begins at 7pm with the Klaben Auto Stores Cavs Now pregame with Carmen Angelo. Tipoff at 8pm on Newsradio WTAM 1100AM/106.9FM and the free iHeartRadio App!