SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — One shootaround was all it took for Kyle Korver to find his shooting groove with his new team.
Korver scored 18 points and delivered a needed spark to the second unit in his most productive game since joining Cleveland, and the Cavaliers tuned up for a NBA Finals rematch by beating the Sacramento Kings 120-108 on Friday night.
“Personally it was good to have a game when you got some good looks just to feel good about going forward,” said Korver, who was just 2 for 10 in his first two games since being acquired from Atlanta. “Not that I didn’t before. You just knew it was going to take some time. I’m excited.”
Kyrie Irving scored 26 points and Cleveland snapped a two-game losing streak before taking on Golden State on Monday in its first game at Oracle Arena since winning the NBA title there last June. LeBron James had 16…