5 takeaways from Washington Wizards blowout of Cleveland Cavaliers

The Cavaliers continue their free fall since losing star LeBron James in offseason.

The Cleveland Cavaliers made it to four straight NBA Finals but since LeBron James left the team in the offseason, they no longer know how to win. The Cavaliers have lost 12 of their first 14 games of the 2018 NBA season and their most recent loss was a blowout to the Washington Wizards, 110-95. Here are five takeaways from this tough loss.


Washington Wizards play great all-around game

The Washington Wizards have struggled this season but have started to turn things around and won their fifth game of the season against the Cleveland Cavaliers.


The Cavaliers made too many mistakes

The reason for the loss comes down to mistakes, as the Cavs finished the game with 23 turnovers and only hit 19 percent from three-point land.


Collin Sexton was a rare bright light for the Cavs

Rookie Collin Sexton played his best game, with a career-high 24 points, while also adding three rebounds and two assists.


Cavs decimated by injuries

The Cavs have only won two games and are without Kevin Love, George Hill, Sam Dekker and Kyle Korver.


Wizards get a highlight night from Bradley Beal

On the other side, the best player for the Wizards was Bradley Beal. He finished the game with 20 points, three assists, three rebounds and three steals.

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