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Cavs weather the storm, beat Charlotte 113-89

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have talked about how they felt they were close, but had yet to finish the job. Tuesday night they were able to weather the late storm by the Charlotte Hornets, and leaving Quicken Loans Arena with a 113-89 victory. Coming into Tuesday night, they had one win on the season and were facing a Charlotte Hornets team that beat them by 32 just two weeks ago. Yet the NBA is made up of professionals, so it was hard to argue the Cavaliers coming out with a chip on their shoulder. Only problem was, no one expected the Cavs to come out play as well as they did.

On a night where the Cavs were debuting their new city jersey’s it was important, Cleveland put up a good fight Tuesday. A fight that represented the city of Cleveland. The Cavaliers played with a sense of urgency from the opening tip all the way to the final whistle. Everyone that saw the floor had a positive impact, it didn’t matter if it was Rodney Hood or David Nwaba everyone knew what the game-plan was tonight.

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