By Kenny Roda
Here are some numbers to digest as the Cavaliers and the rest of the NBA hit the All Star Break:
At 16-37 the Cavs have the fourth worst record in the NBA.
The Cavs .302 winning percentage is below last year’s .318 winning percentage.
After starting the season 10-31, so far the Cavs are 6-6 in the second half of the season.
The Cavs are also 7-7 in their last 14 games.
The Cavs are 4-8 in games decided by three points or less this season.
The Cavs are the sixth worst defensive team in the league giving up 101.3ppg.
Kyrie Irving leads the Cavs and is currently the sixth leading scorer in the NBA averaging 23.5ppg and is the highest scoring point guard in the NBA. Irving also leads the Cavs in assists at 5.5apg.
Dion Waiters is currently the second leading scorer amongst rookies at 14.2ppg.
Tyler Zeller is ninth amongst rookies in scoring at 8.0ppg and third amongst rookies in rebounding at 6.2rpg.
Tristan Thompson is currently 16th in the NBA in rebounding averaging 9.1rpg.
Thompson also is averaging 11.4ppg and is 23rd in the NBA with 18 double/doubles this season.
While he won’t qualify because he only played 25 games this season, Anderson Varejao’s 14.4rpg would rank him first in the NBA in rebounds per game. Varejao was also averaging 14.1ppg before he got hurt and had 16 double/doubles in the 25 games he played, which is still good for 26th in the NBA.
Tristan Thompson leads the Cavs in field goal percentage at 49%.
Wayne Ellington leads the Cavaliers in 3-point percentage at 45%.
C.J. Miles leads the team in free throw percentage at 92%.
Kenny Roda covers the Cavaliers for ESPN 850 WKNR, ESPN 1540 WKNR and ESPNCleveland.com
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