Kyrie Irving was back, but was no enough to beat Washington.
Kyrie Irving has been ‘Mr. Fourth Quarter’ for the Cavs, but that wasn’t the case Saturday night against the Wizards.
Trailing by three late in the game, Irving missed the second of two free throws.
That left the Cavs down by two.
They trailed by three with a little more than five seconds on the clock but it wasn’t Irving taking the shot.
Instead, Anthony Parker heaved up the three and it rimmed out.
Cleveland fell to the Wizards by a final score of 101-98.
The Cavs host the Jazz Monday at 7 p.m.