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The defending Eastern Conference champions Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Chicago Bulls at Quicken Loans Arena with a 119-112 victory to move up 3-1 in the 2017/18 NBA regular season.
LeBron James played and started the game as point guard and powers his way with 34 points including 13 assists and three steals for the Cavs.
Moreover, Kevin Love scored 20 points and 12 rebounds to help the team. Jeff Green added 16 points and three other players did a great job scoring each 11 points from Jae Crowder, Kyle Korver and Dwyane Wade, who asked Clevelandcoach Tyronn Lue to get him out of the starting lineup.
Speaking of coach Lue, he was disappointed with the Cavs defense where the Bulls opened a 14-point lead late in the first quarter. (Check 12BET for more Free Betting Tips)
“Defensively we’ve got to get better. 17 3s again where guys are just looking at us, staring us down and raising for shots. We talked about making the guys put the ball on the floor and we didn’t learn our lesson. Thank God for our bench tonight, which was great.” Lue stated
Meanwhile, Bulls put up a strong effort after Justin Holiday finished with 25 points while Lauri Markkanen chipped in 19 points and eight rebounds in the loss with Cavs.
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