Cavaliers end Clippers’ winning streak

Cleveland, Ohio.- The Cleveland Cavaliers team broke the losing streak of 5 consecutive games against the Los Angeles Clippers, defeating them by a score of 122-99 to remain in fifth place in the East of the NBA.

An important game for Cleveland that took advantage of the absence of Paul George and Kawhi Leonard, who missed the game with a knee injury.

Great night by Cedi Osman who tied his best scoring mark of his career with 29 points, in addition to the contribution of Darius Garland who added a double double with 16 points and 10 assists.

Notable absences in the Californian quintet, having Brandon Boston as the best man who reached 24 points, but it would not be enough for his team to lose its good streak.

With this result, the Clippers now has a 28-25 record to rank fourth in the Western Conference of the NBA.

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