(AP) -- The Cleveland Cavaliers have managed to string together some victories at home recently. It remains to be seen if they can carry their play over to the road, where they've struggled all season.
They seek just their second road victory on Friday night against the Orlando Magic, who suddenly find themselves much healthier.
Cleveland (8-13) won for the fourth time in five games Tuesday, 109-94 over the struggling New York Knicks. Kyrie Irving scored 37 points - including 12 in a third quarter in which the Cavaliers outscored the Knicks 33-20 - and added 12 assists. All four of those victories have come in Cleveland, where they're 7-3 compared to the NBA's worst road record of 1-10.