LeBron Makes History in MJ's House CLE Win 118-105

It only took 10 points for LeBron to tie Michael Jordan for most consecutive games in double figures with 866. But LeBron James made everyone forget about the awful team performance in Miami last night with a 41 point, 10 rebound, and 8 assist night as the Cavs defeat the Charlotte Hornets 118-105.

The Cavs needed this game after losing their 14th consecutive game in South Florida last night. After a slow 1st quarter start, the Cavs had a 42 point 2nd quarter to open this game up. JR Smith had an impact night off the bench as he finished with 19 points. But Smith made key plays in the 2nd quarter when James was out by driving to the basket and creating opportunities for fouls. Jeff Green and Rodney Hood had standout nights with 18 and 13 points respectively. 

Kemba Walker is now 0 for 26 in his career against LeBron James. But tonight, Walker also made history late in the 4th quarter by becoming the leading scorer in Hornets history, surpassing Dell Curry. 

However, it was the Cavs who win their 6 out of their last 7 games and improves to 45-30. The Hornets slim playoff chances slipped away as they fall to 34-42 and 6 games back of the 8th spot in the Eastern Conference.

The Cavs will return home for 5 of their final 7 regular season games. They will play this Friday at The Q against the New Orleans Pelicans. Our Complete Cavaliers Coverages will begin at 6pm with Cavs Now with Nick Camino live from Courtside at The Q on Newsradio WTAM 1100. Tipoff is at 8pm.

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