Kevin Love is going to need some dental work.
To pour salt in his wound, Love was whistled for a blocking foul on the play, while Mickey avoided picking up a flagrant.
Love was evaluated at halftime, and it was determined that he'd suffered a sublux front tooth, meaning it was loose but not displaced, according to ESPN's Dave McMenamin. He was subsequently ruled out for the second half.
Love also exhibited some concussion-like symptoms, according to Cavs.com's Joe Gabriele; he will be re-evaluated Wednesday morning.
Love totaled seven minutes in the contest, hitting a single free throw and missing both of his field-goal attempts.
The 29-year-old recently returned from a 20-game absence due to a hand fracture.