Dellavedova led the way, finishing with a team-high 19 points to go with his usual dose of Anderson Varejao-like unmatched hustle.
Bennett added 14 points and Wiggins scored 10 on 4-of-8 shooting. The Cavs led by as many as 21 points and were a plus-17 when Bennett was on the floor. In other words, when Bennett played, the Cavs outscored the Sixers by 17 points and basically had no reason to worry.
That says a lot about how last year's first overall selection has improved his confidence, improved his physique, and from the looks of things in summer league, improved his shot. Is he a great shooter? Probably not. Is he an efficient scorer? It might be time to start thinking the answer is yes.
Also, Wiggins swished a perimeter shot that had former NBA forward and current NBA TV analyst Grant Hill suggesting Wiggins may get up "too high" before releasing the ball. Sounds like a good problem to have.
Meanwhile, Noel sported a high-rise hair style that came straight out of the Kid 'n Play days of the early 1990s -- and the former first-round pick looks like quite the keeper for the modern-day Sixers. He missed all of his rookie season, but the ultra-athletic center/forward appears perfectly healthy today. He finished 6-of-12 shooting for 12 points, compiling six rebounds and four blocks as well.
Former University of Cincinnati shooting guard Sean Kilpatrick, an undrafted rookie, received limited time after scoring 20 points in the Sixers' Vegas opener. Kilpatrick finished with five points vs. the Cavs.
Cavs second-round pick Joe Harris started alongside Dellavedova in the backcourt and scored six points.