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Darius Garland’s career night helps Cleveland Cavaliers end losing streak, beat San Antonio Spurs, 125-101 –

The second-year point guard scored Cleveland’s first nine points. He was just getting started, finishing with a career-best 37 on 14-of-22 shooting, including 5-of-10…



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SAN ANTONIO — Darius Garland felt it early. Hours before tipoff.
Despite Mondays matchup against the San Antonio Spurs starting earlier than usual — 6 p.m. local time as opposed to 7 p.m. — the Cleveland Cavaliers held morning shootaround at AT&T Center. There was no horseplay. No jokes. No laughter. Everyone was locked in. It was all business. Then, as the Cavs were about to leave for the team hotel near the famed San Antonio Riverwalk, Garland told assistant J.J. Outlaw — the coach responsible…

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