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szdaily -> Sports
LeBron’s near triple-double helps Cavs beat Pistons
    2018-January-30  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

LEBRON JAMES had 25 points, 14 assists and narrowly missed his second straight triple-double, and the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Detroit Pistons 121-104 Sunday night.

The Cavaliers won consecutive games for the first time since a five-game winning streak Dec. 9-17.

“For the most part throughout 48 minutes, this is one of the best games we’ve had obviously as of late,” said James, who was 8 of 15 from the field, 8 of 9 from the foul line and had eight rebounds. “Every game is something to build on. I think tonight was another positive note to that.”

The Cavaliers beat Indiana on Friday following a tension-filled week that included a heated team meeting, starting lineup change and persistent trade rumors. A couple of wins could add some much-needed humor for a team that had lost 10 of 13 before beating the Pacers.

“What was it “Major League,” the skipper said we’ve won two games in a row, that’s a winning streak,” Kevin Love said after scoring 20 points with 11 rebounds. “That’s what it feels like right now. We’ll take what we can get.”

Kyle Korver’s 3-pointer midway through the fourth quarter broke a 95-all tie. James added two free throws and a three-point play, and J.R. Smith hit a pair of 3-pointers as Cleveland pulled away. Smith, with his second strong game in a row, had 15 points.

Detroit has lost eight straight, the longest current stretch in the league.

Tobias Harris and Anthony Tolliver each scored 20 points for the Pistons, who continued to struggle despite several changes in the starting lineup by coach Stan Van Gundy.

“A loss is a loss,” Van Gundy said. “We fought hard, but in the last eight minutes we slowed down. We haven’t found a starting lineup that can hold their own. We’re just getting pummeled by good teams.”

(SD-Agencies)

 

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