Another night, another wild finish at the "Q", but this time it wasn't about blowing a lead for the Cavaliers, it was about catching up, as they stormed back to the stun the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night, 104-101.
No surprise, it was Kyrie Irving leading the comeback, rattling off eight straight points in one stretch late in the game, as the Cavs rallied. Irving finished with 20 points and 10 assists, including one dish to Wayne Ellington for the go-ahead dunk following an Irving steal.
Gordon Hayward threw down 25 points the Jazz, including a three-pointer to put Utah up six late, but that's when Kyrie went to work.
The Jazz had one final shot in the final seconds, and a great look at the basket, but Mo Williams' layup somehow rolled in and out, and this one was in the books.
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