Dec 7, 2012; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers small forward C.J. Miles (0) goes up for a layup past Minnesota Timberwolves power forward Kevin Love (42) in the second half at Target Center. The Minnesota Timberwolves won 91-73. Mandatory Credit: Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Cavaliers Preview: Cavs vs. Pistons

The Cavaliers will look for revenge on the Detroit Pistons tonight as they welcome then into Quicken Loans Arena for their second matchup in five days. 

The Pistons got the better of the Cavaliers on Monday as the Cavs were defeated 89-79.

Offensively, the Cavs came out real flat and were never able to recover after the slow start. The shot 15 percent from three-point range, which has to improve if they want a win tonight.

The Cavs are on a four game losing streak and need a victory before they welcome in the Lakers on Tuesday.

The Pistons come in with a 6-15 record which is not much better than the Cavs 4-16 record.

With Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters still sidelined the Cavs are still looking for points from players. No One has really stepped up and shown they can be a reliable score each game.

Stopping the points in the paint from the Pistons was a problem in the first half on Monday but corrected it at halftime. They will look to slow the Pistons big men down and prevent the guards from slashing into the lane and getting easy buckets.

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