Suns Vs. Cavaliers Score Update: Phoenix Surges To 21-Point Halftime Lead

Staring down the barrel of a three-game losing streak, the Cleveland Cavaliers trail the Phoenix Suns 59-38 at the half in Sunday's game at Quicken Loans Arena. After a moderately-close opening quarter, the Suns turned on the jets in the second to outscore Cleveland 30-18.

Suns center Marcin Gortat has been the story of the afternoon with 18 points and a pair of blocks, as the Cavaliers have been completely unable to keep him contained on the inside. All-Star point guard Steve Nash has also been nearly perfect as a distributor with eight assists and zero turnovers, and has had his way with a lackadaisical Cleveland defense.

Despite having eight separate players reach the scoring column in the first half, the Cavs played much of the first 24 minutes without a consistent scoring option. Star rookie Kyrie Irving leads Cleveland with seven points and four rebounds, but has also coughed the ball up four times and shot just 2-for-6 from the field.

For the latest on the Cleveland Cavaliers, head on over to Fear the Sword. For more on the Phoenix Suns, make sure to stop by Bright Side of the Sun. And for all the latest news from around the NBA, visit SB Nation's NBA Hub Page.

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