Cleveland (WOIO) - Another night, another rally, another comeback for these Cavaliers, and once again they can thank their rookie leader.
Kyrie Irving poured in 17 fourth quarter points, 25 overall, as the Cavs rallied to stun the Detroit Pistons, 101-100 at Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday night.
Irving, of course, doesn't work alone. Antawn Jamison led all scorers with 32 points, and Alonzo Gee came off the bench to throw down 16, including two monster dunks late in the game to help seal the deal, but it was the 19-year old Irving who once again took control.
Brandon Knight led the Pistons with 24 points.