CAVS BY THE NUMBERS AT THE ALL STAR BREAK

At (33-22) the Cavs are in 2nd place in the Central Division 1 ½ games behind 1st place Chicago

At (33-22) the Cavs are in 5th place in the Eastern Conference 10 ½ games behind 1st place Atlanta.

The Cavs are (21-9) at home and (12-13) on the road this season

The Cavs on offense averaged 102.2ppg in the first 55 games while giving up 99.3ppg on defense.

The Cavaliers with LeBron James in the lineup this season are (31-14) which is good for a (.689)winning percentage. That winning percentage would be  good for 2nd place in the Eastern Conference right now and 3rd place in the Western Conference at the All Star break.

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Since missing 8 games to rest and rehab his back and knee, LeBron James has played in 16 games and the Cavs are (13-3) in those games for an (.813) winning percentage. LeBron has averaged 27.2ppg in those 16 contests.

Through 55 games (33-22), the Cavs are 7 games behind the pace of the 2010-11 Heat in LeBron’s 1st year in Miami. The Heat finished that season with a (58-24) record and lost in the NBA Finals to the Dallas Mavericks.

In the 1st year of Miami’s “Big 3” of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh those 3 combined to average (71ppg – 22rpg – 13.5apg – 8.5topg – 50%fg – 29%(3fg) – 78%ft).

Currently at the All Star break the Cavaliers “Big 3” of LeBron James, Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving are averaging (64.6ppg – 19.3rpg – 15apg – 8.2topg – 46%fg – 36%(3fg) – 79%ft).

Kyrie Irving, LeBron James and Kevin Love Sitting Photo 9-26-14

LeBron James this season is averaging  25.8ppg – 5.6rpg – 7.4apg – 4.2topg – 49%fg – 34%(3fg) – 73%ft.

LeBron in his 1st year in Miami averaged  26.7ppg – 7.5rpg – 7apg – 3.4topg – 51%fg – 33%(3fg) – 76%ft.

Kyrie this season is averaging  21.7ppg – 3.3rpg – 5.3apg – 2.3topg – 46%fg – 41%(3fg) – 84%ft.

K-Love this season is averaging  17ppg – 10.4rpg – 2.3apg – 1.7topg – 43%fg – 34%(3fg) – 81%ft.

In their last 17 games before the All Star break, the Cavs went  (14-3) and beat 6 ½ playoff teams during that stretch. Oklahoma is the ½ team, as they are just a ½ game out of the playoff standings right now in the #9 spot in the Western Conference.

The Cavs start the post All Star break portion of their season (27 games) on the road at Washington against the Wizards on Friday, February 20th at 8pm.

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