Despite being sidelined due to a jaw injury, Darius Garland remained a fervent supporter of the Cleveland Cavaliers during their recent comeback win against the Dallas Mavericks. Garland, who has been out for six games and is expected to miss additional time, has been a vocal presence off the court, cheering on his team.

According to Sports Illustrated, The Cavaliers mounted an impressive rally, overcoming a 20-point deficit against the Mavericks, a thrilling moment that had Garland animatedly following the game from a distance. He expressed his excitement through a post on a social media platform (previously known as Twitter) as the game concluded with a Cavs victory.

Garland’s enthusiasm was evident, mirroring his teammates’ energy on the bench and the fans watching from home. This was particularly noticeable in a photo shared by the Cavaliers’ social media team, showing an ecstatic Garland on a video call with teammates Caris LeVert and Donovan Mitchell after the triumph.

The game’s climax featured Jarrett Allen and LeVert effectively containing Luka Doncic, a highlight moment that captured the spirit felt by the entire Cavaliers community.

The Cavaliers have shown resilience despite Garland’s absence, winning five of their last six games against formidable NBA teams. Garland, who averages 20.7 points and 5.9 assists with a 47% shooting rate, is a crucial player for the team, and his presence on the floor is greatly missed. Nonetheless, his support from the sidelines continues to be a driving force for the Cavaliers.



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