The Cavaliers on Friday moved to 3-0 since Tyronn Lue took a health-related leave earlier this week, and Larry Drew believes the team has rallied around its absent head coach. "We rallied around him. We rallied around one another," Drew said.
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LeBron James scored 27 points in three quarters, Kevin Love added 20 and the Cleveland Cavaliers welcomed back three players from injury during a 120-95 blowout Friday night over the sinking Phoenix Suns, who lost their 10th straight game.
Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer
Larry Nance Jr., Tristan Thompson and Rodney Hood will all return to the lineup tonight for the Cleveland Cavaliers' game against the Phoenix Suns, acting head coach Larry Drew said during his pregame remarks. All three will come off the bench and be on a minute restriction, however. The Cavs will start Jose Calderon, George Hill, LeBron James, Jeff Green and Kevin Love.
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