Cavs win 4th Straight Defeating The Thunder In OKC

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OKLAHOMA CITY - The Cleveland Cavaliers win their 4th Straight game defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder 120-112 in the last game before the All-Star Break. LeBron James led the Cavs playing 40 minutes, 8 rebound, 8 assists, 3-7 from 3 point land, and scored 37 points.

The Story of the game was the bench play of the Cavaliers outscoring the Thunder 51 to 19. Larry Nance Jr. played 25 minutes, had 9 rebounds and 13 points. Jeff Green had 10 points, Jordan Clarkson 14 points, and Rodney Hood went 4-8 from behind the arc scoring 14 points.

It’s refreshing to see JR Smith getting back into form and getting into a grove. JR started 5 for 5 from deep, finished the game going 6-10 from behind the arc and scored 18 points.

The energy, the hustle, and the effort is alive and well with this New Look Cavaliers team.

Oklahoma got most of their production from their starting five.  Paul George led the way with 25 points. Carmelo Anthony added 24 points, Steven Adams 17 rebounds and 22 points, and Russel Westbrook had 21 points.

The Cavs do not play again until February 22 against the Washington Wizards.

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