Cleveland- Friday night was the Cavaliers best win of the season, something they hope to build off of going forward. Just like last nights opponent was tough, the Houston Rockets may present even more a problem for the Cavs. Houston had a five game winning streak snapped Friday night in Detroit, and if go back to the beginning of November the Rockets are (8-3.) Rookie Collin Sexton has played some tough NBA point guards thru 17 games, but Saturday will be his toughest test to date.
Once being inserted into the starting line-up, Sexton has shown signs of growth every game – averaging 18.3 points on 48 percent shooting, including 60 percent from long-range and 83 percent from the stripe over that seven-game stretch.
Cavs look to win back to back games Saturday night
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