Summer League | Cleveland ends in victory | NBA

Quickly deprived of Isaac Okoro and then of Evan Mobley, absent in the last two games, the Cavaliers ended their Summer League on a high note, winning 88-85 against Phoenix.

The Suns thought they were on the right track after having aligned a 13-0 at the start of the fourth quarter, a highlight marked by the alley-oop between Ty-Shon and Kyle Alexander and the two 3-point missiles of Michael Frazier II (66-75).

Cleveland then did violence to get back into the game, relying on the outside address of Trevon Scott and the Hands-Stevens-Kabengele trio to fuel a 9-2 and come back to two points (75- 77). While the Suns were still pointing at +4 as the last minute of play approached, following two baskets from Ty-Shon Alexander (79-83), the Cavs finally managed to reverse the trend.

Matt Ryan artillery from afar, and Mfiondu Kabengele’s 2 + 1 after an offensive rebound changed the game (85-83). Kyle Alexander’s lay-up to equalize was not enough, and Cleveland won on a final basket from Lamar Stevens, while Ty-Shon Alexander ended his match with an ugly air-ball behind the arc (88 -85).

Suns / 85ShotsRebounds
K. Alexander238/120/02/2951407113+71831
J. Simon283/80/21/124621210+10711
T. Alexander266/192/80/002232030+8143
J. Smith283/81/24/416742110+111117
Mr. Frazier II306/165/100/003334030+41710
V. Brown160/50/31/213403000-171-1
T. Jones175/80/00/153812002-101017
N. Mason151/60/10/012321332-1424
J. Gudmundsson161/100/43/412331010-1450
Riders / 88ShotsRebounds
Mr. Kabengele232/70/17/9461012101+21117
T. Scott257/112/30/225701411-191621
L. Stevens313/120/16/805542100-101211
B. Thomas193/80/10/024623110-869
T. Bluiett263/71/32/200013200+1198
J. Banks III160/00/00/014515042+104
S. Hazer152/70/20/001120000+642
J. Hands236/100/13/613430101+241517
Mr. Ryan215/125/90/011201130+8158

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