Kyrie Irving scored 25 points and handed out seven assists to help rally the Cavs to the win. The Cavaliers outscored Charlotte in the second half 56-37 to rally from eleven points down at the half. Irving was spectacular in the fourth quarter after a D.J. Augustin jumper with 2:11 left to play gave the Bobcats their final lead at 94-93. The Cavs would score the games final nine points to seal the victory. It started with an Anderson Varejao stick back of an Irving miss with 2:00 to play, after back to back turnovers by Charlotte, it was Varejao again with a beautiful spin move in the lane to give the Cavaliers a three point lead. With :38 seconds left in the game it was Kyrie Irvings' turn to put the game away with a driving layup, the rookie led the way with 25 points, Antawn Jamison added 20 points 7 rebounds and 5 assists. Anderson Varejao added 14 points and 12 rebounds.
The Cavaliers improve to 6-6 on the year and come back home to The Q Wednesday night to face Golden State.
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