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Jordan McRae scored 23 points and Kay Felder had 14, but it wasn’t enough as the Cavaliers’ summer team dropped an 81-75 decision to the Bucks on Friday in Las Vegas.
McRae is a 6-foot-5 shooting guard who was on the Cavs’ roster at the end of their first championship. On the downside, he went 3-of-15 shooting and committed five turnovers Friday.
Felder, a 5-9 rookie point guard, arrived via the second round of last month’s draft.
Kenny Gabriel added 12 points and six rebounds. Gabriel, 27, is a 6-8 forward who the Cavs are watching closely. He’s spent his entire career overseas after going undrafted out of Auburn in 2012.
The Bucks received 15 points and 13 rebounds from center Thon Maker, the No. 10 overall draft pick.
The Cavs play the Nets on Saturday.