In what Donovan Mitchell called an ugly game, the Cavs fought back all night and came out on top beating the Suns 90-88. Evan Mobley's jumper with 4 seconds left put the Cavs up by two, they'd follow that up with a defensive stop to seal the victory.
Caris Lavert scored 21 points to lead the way and Donovan Mitchell added 20 points and 9 assists. Off the bench Raul Neto provided a spark as he scored a season high 14 points along with Cedi Osman chipping in 12.
The Cavs improve to 25-14 on the season and continue to dominate home court with a record of 18-4 at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse. They now travel to the Mile High City for a Friday night matchup with the Denver Nuggets.