Cavs beat Sixers 100-95

The Cavaliers beat the Sixers by five last night, and during the game, LeBron James scored two points by doing this:

As for the rest of the details…

Curse of  ClevelandKirk:

“Coach Mike Brown won’t save any space in his coaching memory book for this one, but the Cavaliers continued to do what they need to at this point in the season: beat teams that you are supposed to beat. Despite giving up a season-high 66 points in the paint, the Cavaliers clamped down to hold Philly to just 38 second-half points, and Mo Williams and the Cavalier bench led the second half charge. Andre Iguodala and Elton Brand played up to their salaries, but the wine and gold used 44 bench points to absorb the absence of Antawn Jamison.”

King James GospelCody:

“TheBron returned to the floor and led the way with 23 points and 10 assists.  However, he was a miserable 3-of-10 from downtown and an even less impressive 6-of-12 from the charity stripe.  I think it’s safe to say that he was a tad bit rusty from the week long break.  Mo Williams chipped in with 21 points on a reassuring 8 for 13 shooting performance but only managed two assists from the point guard position.  And I couldn’t help but think to myself while I sat back and watched Friday night’s matchup, “Is there a point guard in the league that can’t beat Mo off the dribble?” 

Waiting For Next YearJacob:

“Game ball should definitely go to Delonte West for sealing the deal and playing yet another key role off the bench in this win. Sure it was nice to have LeBron back in the starting lineup after a week of rest, but I have no idea where this team would be without the constant safety valve of West. He finished with 17 points, four assists and a pair of steals. In 12 games since from the injured list on February 11th, he is averaging 12.7 points, 3.8 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 0.8 steals in 28.1 minutes per contest.”

Brendan Bowers

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