CLEVELAND -- Kyrie Irving stood in front of his locker, rubbed the back of his neck and looked at no one in particular.
He was asked if he thought the suddenly surging Cavaliers are feeling more confident these days.
You could say that, he said, before repeating himself while wearing a serious look. You could say that.
Irving was speaking after the Cavs 119-108 win over visiting Orlando on Friday, a game in which he compiled team-highs of 24 points and eight assists.
More importantly, it was a game that further proved this team is growing right before our very eyes.
Coach Byron Scott always talks about the team taking baby steps, and when it comes to Irving and his pals, weve watched them mature from pro basketball infancy to their teenage years in about a span of three weeks.
Are things perfect? Hardly. But several characteristics longed for by Scott and GM Chris Grant (and Cavs fans everywhere) are beginning to take shape.
The Cavs have now won seven of 10, and are 6-2 sinc...