Cavs Notes: Allen, Love, Williams

The Cavs had their 12-game winning streak snapped Friday and they were apparently anxious to get back to their winning ways.  On Sunday, Kevin Love scored a season high 32 points while LeBron James got into triple double territory, leading the way for Cleveland to beat the Lakers, 120-105.  James finished with 22 points, 10 boards, and 8 dimes across three quarters of play while Kyrie Irving helped out with 28 points and 10 assists.  More out of Cleveland..

  • Teams have been led to believe that Ray Allen will be deciding on where he’ll play in the next 10 days, according to Sam Amico of FOX Sports Ohio (via Twitter).  The veteran guard had his concerns about the Cavs when LeBron visited with him a little while back, but that’s no longer the case.  Of course, Allen has other suitors and the red-hot Hawks are among the teams that have checked in with him.
  • Following Sunday’s contest against the Lakers, Cavs forward Love was asked if the purple and gold could be an attractive option for him this summer.  Love told reporters, including Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News (on Twitter), “I’m a Cavalier.”  When asked if joining the Lakers could be a reality, he replied, “No.”
  • While he won’t completely rule out the possibility, Jason Lloyd of the Beacon Journal thinks that the Cavs have other alternatives higher on their list than Mo Williams.  It had been speculated that the Cavs could make a play for the Wolves guard since he appears to be available and Cleveland could use another point guard off the bench.

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