CLEVELAND -- Barely 13 hours after their first loss in the 2017 NBA Playoffs, the Cleveland Cavaliers are back on the practice floor at Cleveland Clinic Courts in Independence.

WKYC is live in Independence to provide up-to-the-minute coverage of practice and the press conferences after the on-court workouts.


At first, the three-point shot was the Cavaliers’ greatest asset, but when needed most, they could not summon any makes from long distance, and it cost them dearly in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

A last-second three-pointer from guard Avery Bradley gave the Boston Celtics a 111-108 win over the Cavaliers in Game 3 at Quicken Loans Arena Sunday night.

After making 14 of their first 22 looks from long distance, the Cavaliers made just two of their 11 looks from three-point range in the fourth quarter, both from shooting guard J.R. Smith over the last five-plus minutes of play, and two of just 17 following the halftime break. Conversely, the Celtics buried five of their 11 three-point tries in the fourth quarter.