After a tough loss against the Atlanta Hawks, the Cleveland Cavaliers finally won a game last night. They hosted the Milwaukee Bucks, and despite a spectacular performance by Giannis Antetokounmpo, the reigning Eastern Conference champions defended their home court and finished the night with a big victory. Even though this was only their fifth win in 11 games, the Cavaliers regained their confidence and it might help them get on a win streak soon.

Dwyane Wade, who criticized the Cavaliers' starting unit after their last loss, decided to apologize to the team fans.

It's been a stressful season for Cleveland, but the shooting guard said they would get better. Right now, the Cavaliers have a 5-6 record, so it will be interesting to see how well they play during their upcoming four-game road trip.

Wade apologizes to the fans

Dwyane Wade, who is averaging 9.1 points, 3.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game this season, has been frustrated with the Cavaliers and their effort. The shooting guard was moved to the second unit in order to improve the starting five and give them better spacing on the floor. However, the first unit hasn't played really well, and that is what bothers Wade.

"I want one time for the first unit to get on the second unit because we blew a lead.

I’m waiting for that day to happen," said Wade after the loss to the Atlanta Hawks. The shooting guard had a great performance with 25 points and 11 rebounds, but even that wasn't enough to beat the Hawks.

Last night, Dwyane Wade scored 10 points off the bench and he had two big blocks, including one on Antetokounmpo. The Cavaliers beat Milwaukee by five points and Wade used this as an opportunity to apologize to the Cavaliers fans.

"We apologize for the way we've started the season. We're gonna be better," said the veteran guard.

This victory could definitely help them get back on track.

After more than three weeks of bad basketball, it's time for the Cavaliers to bounce back and start winning.

Next game will be tough

Cleveland Cavaliers will start their four-game road trip against the Houston Rockets. The Rockets have the best record in the West and they will be a tough opponent for the Cavaliers.

Last season, these two teams split the regular-season series. The Cavaliers won their home game by eight points, while the Rockets bounced back in Houston, winning by five points after 38 points and 11 rebounds from James Harden.