Frank: Irving and Gee “Kicked Our Tail”

Did you not see the game? [Kyrie] Irving and [Alonzo] Gee, they kicked our tail. They willed it back for them. It’s two competitive teams. We’re not 34-0. I mean the other team wants to win too. I thought they took it from us. You have to give them credit. I don’t think we gifted them the win. I don’t think we didn’t compete and didn’t play hard. I don’t think we gave them the game. I think you have to give credit to Irving and those guys.

– Pistons head coach Lawrence Frank following the Cavaliers 101-100 win over Detroit. The Cavaliers fought back from 17 down with Irving and Gee combining for 30 fourth-quarter points.

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  • Tim

    Gee has really impressed me. His shooting is improved, his athleticism allows him to finish inside, he is a very good rebounder and defender. I think he is the perfect sixth man for now and the future.