The Cleveland Cavaliers returned home from a 5-game road trip to host the Boston Celtics. Kyrie Irving and Tristan Thompson didn't want to lose this game. The two second-year players combined for 61 points and basically dominated the Celtics en route to a 95-90 win.

Kyrie scored 19 points in the first quarter and 15 points in the fourth quarter. The Celtics, as a team, scored just 17 points in the final quarter. That's ridiculous.

Tristan Thompson's 21 points came in a number of ways. He attacked the basket off the dribble and got easy buckets on pick and rolls. Luke Walton (!!) made several great plays to set up Tristan buckets.