Cavaliers Schedule 2012: Cleveland Hosts Detroit Pistons And New Orleans Hornets In Back-to-Back

After Kyrie Irving drilled the game-winning free throws Sunday night against the Sacramento Kings, the Cleveland Cavaliers look to keep the momentum going heading into the All-Star break with two winnable games this week.

On Tuesday night, Cleveland hosts Detroit in a matchup of Central Division cellar-dwellers. Though the Pistons have won seven of their last nine contests, they still sit at the bottom of the Central Division with an 11-22 record. In their only bout of the season, Cleveland walloped Detroit, 105-89, though that win came in the first week of the season.

This time around, the Cavaliers will be without Anderson Varejao, who suffered a broken wrist on Feb. 11. Daniel Gibson is questionable for the game due to a sprained ankle he is recovering from.

The Cavaliers will welcome the New Orleans Hornets on Wednesday night at 6 p.m. The Hornets have won three consecutive games, but will be on the third night of back-to-back-to-back when they face Cleveland. New Orleans is on the road at Oklahoma City and Indiana before venturing to Cleveland.

For more on the Cavaliers, check out Fear The Sword. All your NBA news and analysis can be found at SB Nation's NBA hub SBNation.com/NBA.

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