Charge Come Up Short in Second Showcase Game

Official Release | December 22, 2021

LAS VEGAS, NV – The Cleveland Charge of the NBA G League, presented by Cleveland Clinic, were defeated by the Stockton Kings 108-104 in their second and last game of the 2021 NBA G League Winter Showcase.  Cleveland will next return home to begin the 36-game regular season on Monday, December 27.

Justin James led Cleveland with 28 points on 10-of-18 shooting before fouling out in 32 minutes.  Malik Newman netted 27 points and 10 assists  with six rebounds in 38 minutes.  Josh Huestis (13 points, 12 rebounds) and Norvel Pelle (12 points, 18 rebounds) both posted their first double-doubles for the Charge this season.

Stockton’s Matt Coleman had an all-around effort of 24 points, seven boards, nine assists and two steals in the victory.  Emanuel Terry chipped in 17 points, five rebounds and two steals for the Kings.

Cleveland comes back home to begin the regular season with a pair of games against the Maine Celtics – Holiday Hoopla on Monday, December 27 at 6:00 p.m. and Space Jam Night on Wednesday, December 29 at 6:00 p.m.! Tickets on sale now starting at just $5!  Click here or call 216-420-2730 to land your spot at a Charge game this season!



Rock Entertainment Group is the umbrella entity of the teams and venues that are part of Dan Gilbert’s Rock Family of Companies.  It includes the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers, the AHL Cleveland Monsters, the NBA G League Charge and Cavs Legion of the NBA 2K League; the operation of Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Legion Lair Lit by TCP home of Cavs Legion in Cleveland and Cleveland Clinic Courts – the Cavaliers’ training and development center in Independence, Ohio. As the unified brand platform, Rock  Entertainment Group formally links multiple sports, venues, music, and content properties together to better position them collectively for collaboration, growth and new opportunities, while relentlessly creating amazing experiences for fans, teams, partners, stakeholders and thousands of staff members across the full spectrum of properties.

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