The Cavaliers are now 28-1 this year when they top the century mark. Over the last two years, the Wine and Gold are 66-3 when they score more than 100 points. Also, Cleveland is 20-3 at home this season after going 39-2 last year, which adds up to an impressive 59-5 since the start of 2008-09. These are just stats, but it’s quite an accomplishment. Even after losing their primary guards (Mo Gotti and Delonte), the Cavs are still going strong behind King James. For the seventh time in the last 11 games, LBJ notched at least 11 assists. The reigning MVP is averaging 9.7 assists per contest over that span. LeBron’s been showing off his play making skills. Last night they beat Memphis, but in their previous game versus the Clippers Cleveland scored 46 points in the first quarter and tied an NBA record with 11 3-pointers in the opening period. Now they lead the league with a 39-11 record. Check out plenty of photos after the break.
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