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News » Cavs roll over Knicks


Cavs roll over Knicks


Cavs roll over Knicks
LeBron James scored 26 points before sitting out the fourth quarter and the Cleveland Cavaliers quickly took a charged-up New York crowd out of the game in a 119-101 victory over the Knicks last night.

Delonte West added 16 points and Wally Szczerbiak had 15 for the Cavaliers, who rang up their highest point total of the season and put seven players in double figures, showing they may have more help than ever for James, the NBA's leading scorer.

Fans hoping someday to see James play in New York got to learn how good the Cavaliers are right now. Cleveland turned it into a blowout while James was enjoying his first rest to start the second quarter, and improved the NBA's third-best record to 11-3.

Quentin Richardson scored 22 points and newcomer Tim Thomas had 16 for the Knicks, who lost for the fourth time in five games and fell to 7-7.

James' first visit to Madison Square Garden this season came just days after the Knicks made a pair of trades that cleared enough salary cap space for a potential run at him in free agency during summer 2010.

Lakers 120, NETS 93: Pau Gasol had 26 points and eight rebounds before sitting out the fourth quarter, and Los Angeles overcame a poor shooting performance by Kobe Bryant to rout New Jersey and improve the NBA's best record to 12-1. Bryant had difficulty most of the game with Vince Carter's defense, going 5-for-17 from the field in 28 minutes.

SUNS 99, THUNDER 98: Matt Barnes hit a 3-pointer from the left wing with 25.7 seconds left to complete Phoenix's fourth-quarter rally and spoil Scott Brooks' home debut as Oklahoma City head coach.

Wizards 124, WARRIORS 100: Coaching his first game of any sort since a spot on the bench in his daughter's youth league in 1993, Ed Tapscott juggled a few things and guided the Wizards to a blowout, breaking a five-game losing streak and avoiding the worst 12-game start in franchise history.

MAVERICKS 109, PACERS 106: Jason Terry scored 29 points and combined with Jason Kidd to key a fourth-quarter run that rallied host Dallas past Indiana for its fifth straight victory.


Author: Fox Sports
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Added: November 28, 2008

 

 
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