Cavaliers Vs. Heat Score Update: Miami Routing Cleveland At Half, 63-38

The Cleveland Cavaliers, coming off a nice win Wednesday night against the Indiana Pacers in Kyrie Irving's return from a concussion, are witnessing what they lost to Miami summer 2010 -- LeBron James domination.

James, who may or may not be trying to warm Cleveland to the possibility of his return in 2014, was a team-high plus-29 in the first half and had 12 points. Dwyane Wade had a cool 18 to supplement James on 6-for-8 shooting, and the Heat shot 56-percent as a team through the first 24 minutes. Miami is 8-for-12 from long distance.

Cleveland managed to get over 30-percent shooting late in the half to prevent a one-time 27-point deficit from becoming any worse. Irving is just 3-for-9 shooting and does not have a single assist. Ramon Sessions leads the Cavs in scoring with nine points off the bench.

For more on the Cavaliers, check out Fear The Sword. For the take on the other side, head to the Peninsula Is Mightier. All your NBA news and analysis can be found at SB Nation's NBA hub SBNation.com/NBA.

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