On Tuesday James, who scored a franchise-record 24 points in the fourth on Sunday when the Cavs rallied for a win in Toronto, was able to sit out the final 8:36 as Cleveland Cavaliers didn’t wait until the end to put away the SuperSonics 95-79. On Wednesday LeBron James had another big fourth quarter, but this time it wasn’t enough. James scored 14 of his 31 points in the final quarter, but Cleveland couldn’t find enough scoring help for its seventh straight win in Atlanta. Cavaliers, who reached the .500 mark on Sunday for the first time since November 30th are now 18-18.
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