JR Smith, Channing Frye among Cavs who did not want Dwyane Wade

JR Smith, Channing Frye among Cavs who did not want Dwyane Wade

JR Smith, Channing Frye among Cavs who did not want Dwyane Wade

Cleveland is averaging 112 points per game during their win streak, with their last young lady coming on November 9th to Western Conference-leading Houston. They're winners of nine straight games, playing one of the league's worst teams on Thursday looking for their 10th and they're getting healthier.

Kevin Love scored a season-high 38 points, LeBron James was tossed from the game, and Dwyane Wade put a hurting on his old team in the Cleveland Cavaliers' 108-97 win over the Miami Heat on Tuesday.

According to The Athletic's Jason Lloyd, when Wade reached a buyout with the Chicago Bulls to become a free agent right before training camp, James reached out to his close friend and former teammate. "But it wasn't a lot".

James also said of the move: "I still know what he's capable of doing". So, of course, it bothered me, but f- it.

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Wade, who like James once starred with the Heat, scored 17 points off the Cleveland bench. "It is what it is".

The Cavs, who led the game by as many as 34 points, have won nine straight for their longest regular-season winning streak since January 15-Feb. And the arrival of Wade meant Jefferson had to go.

James doesn't say much about any lasting antipathy between the two as long they continue winning games as he said "I don't know", James added. And James has been vindicated for seeing it through.

But Wade's addition to the Cavaliers roster wasn't a popular decision with everyone on the team.

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Boston led by five at the end of the third quarter but started the fourth by connecting on seven of its first 11 shots to increase the margin to 95-82.

James was annoyed by the unreceptive nature of the Cavaliers at the inclusion of Dwayne Wade.

Cleveland faces off against the Atlanta Hawks at 7:30 P.M. Thursday night.

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