Cavaliers Vs. 76ers Final Score: Cleveland Trounced Again In 103-87 Loss

Even with their No. 1 draft pick, Kyrie Irving, back on the floor, the Cleveland Cavaliers couldn't escape yet another blowout on Wednesday, and fell in frustrating fashion to Philadelphia, 103-87.

After playing what can only be described as a promising opening half, Cleveland was outscored 50 to 38 in the second, numbers that were much, much worse until a few easy baskets down the stretch offered the Cavs a mirage of respectability. Irving only managed to play 20 minutes in the route, on a night when no Cleveland player saw more than 30 all game.

Philadelphia's second-half explosion that eventually put the game on ice was paced by promising guard Jrue Holiday, who finished with a game-high 24 points. Holiday sank all six of his attempts from the perimeter in addition to dishing out five assists, and had his way with a completely lackadaisical Cleveland defense.

The win moves Philadelphia to 32-30 on the season, while the Cavs fell to 20-41. Cleveland will take Thursday off before playing host to New York at Quicken Loans Arena on Friday.

For more on the Cavs, head over to Fear The Sword. For more NBA news and information, check out SB Nation's NBA hub.

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