Cleveland rallied behind LeBron James’ fourth triple-double of the season to beat the Pacers 111-106 Sunday for their third straight win. James, the league’s leading scorer, finished with 30 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. It was the 16th triple-double of his career. James said the triple-doubles only matter if they lead to wins. “We’re playing some good basketball, and I’m the catalyst of that. The best thing about it, we got three straight wins and that’s good. We got a little streak going.” LeBron became the first player to tally back-to-back triple-doubles since Michael Jordan in March 1989.
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