CLEVELAND -- Five straight. Nine of 10. Fifteen of 17.
If there's one constant this season, it's that the Cavaliers are finding ways not to win. They've done it while trailing for an entire game. They've done it while leading late in the fourth quarter. They've done it by keeping things close and by getting blown out (although, in their defense, not much of the latter).
And they did it again Saturday, at home, against a Detroit team that entered the game with a 1-10 road record.
Well, make it 2-10, as the Pistons left the building with a 104-97 victory behind a career-high 30 points from Brandon Knight.
Knight is a second-year guard who went 5-for-6 on three-pointers, and just generally made the Cavs miss their own second-year guard. That would be none other than Kyrie Irving, who's been out several weeks with a broken finger. As you know, first-year guard Dion Waiters has also been out, with a sprained ankle.
The Cavs were 2-8 with those two. They're considerably worse than t...