Cleveland Cavaliers Lose In Miami — Can They Bounce Back Against Heat At Home?

Dustin Murrell - Author

Mar. 6 2017, Updated 9:05 a.m. ET

With both LeBron James and Kyrie Irving resting for the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night — joining the recovering Kevin Love and JR Smith — the Miami Heat drained 18 three-point shots to win their home game against the defending NBA Champions by a score of 120-92. On Monday night in Cleveland, however, King James and Kyrie will be returning to the starting line-up as the Cavs get a rematch against the Heat at the Quicken Loans Arena. Even after the win on Saturday night, the Miami Heat are just ninth in the Eastern Conference, 14 games behind first-place Cleveland.

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