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Cavaliers snap 10-game slide by beating Hawks 112-111



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“The best part about that game is when you go up and down the stat sheet, literally everybody who played contributed to winning that game,” Cavs coach J.B. Bickerstaff said.

An All-Star last season, Young came in averaging 35.3 points in his past three games, and 26.9 this season – the most of any player not picked.


With several power forwards injured, and center Andre Drummond sitting while the Cavs try to trade him, Bickerstaff started seldom-used Dean Wade, a 24-year-old who played in the G League last year and came in averaging 2.1 points per game.


Hawks: Pierce returned after missing three games for the birth of his second child last week.

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