CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Cavaliers haven't played a home game since March 5, and they host a Milwaukee Bucks team on Monday night that they've beaten five straight times at Quicken Loans Arena.
But the now-completed road trip for the Cavs was so long and so, well, strange that no one could possibly know what to expect against the Bucks.
Who's going to play? Who's going to coach? Both are fair questions after the Cavs lost three players (Cedi Osman, Rodney Hood and Larry Nance Jr.) to injuries during the trip, a fourth player (Kyle Korver) to a family emergency, and coach Tyronn Lue missed the second half of Saturday's win over Chicago because of an illness.