LeBron takes Cavaliers to 11th consecutive win

Scores 18 points and 11 assists in win over 76ers while Davis' 29 points and 13 rebounds helps Pelicans snap Hawks' run.

    LeBron James (right) had earlier helped Cavaliers beat the Thunder as well [Ken Blaze/Usa Today Sports]
    LeBron James (right) had earlier helped Cavaliers beat the Thunder as well [Ken Blaze/Usa Today Sports]

    LeBron James had 18 points and 11 assists and Matthew Dellavedova made two big three-pointers to help the Cleveland Cavaliers win their 11th consecutive game in a 97-84 win over the 76ers.

    The Sixers cut a 20-point deficit down to two points early in the fourth quarter. They were within five before Dellavedova sank a three-pointer with the shot clock winding down, extending the Cavs' lead to 91-83 with 2:30 left.

    Elsewhere, Anthony Davis shook off a sore groin to pour in 29 points and grab 13 rebounds and Eric Gordon added 20 points as the New Orleans Pelicans snapped the Atlanta Hawks' 19-game winning streak in a 115-100 win.

    Memphis' Marc Gasol scored 15 points, collected eight assists and blocked a shot by Phoenix forward Markieff Morris in the final seconds as the Grizzlies beat the Suns 102-101.

    Other results:

    Hornets 92, Wizards 88
    Bucks 82, Raptors 75
    Thunder 104, Magic 97
    Nets 102, Clippers 100
    Mavericks 100, Timberwolves 94

    SOURCE: Reuters


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