The Cleveland Cavaliers, losers of seven straight, have their rookie star Kyrie Irving back from a shoulder injury, but it's not doing much help for the Cavs at home against the Spurs on Tuesday night; Cleveland trails 60-41 at the half.
Irving has eight points and three assists, but the Cavs are shooting just 42-percent and allowing the Spurs, winners of seven straight, to shoot 57-percent. Danny Green is leading the way for the Spurs with 16 points.
Cleveland fell behind 32-18 after the first quarter and had a much better showing in the second, but still saw their deficit increase to 19 points.
Antawn Jamison is leading the Cavs with 12 points and they also have eight points from other rookie Tristan Thompson.