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Tuesday, 27 January 2009 18:29
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 CLEVELAND (AP) -Mo Williams strengthened his argument to be an All-Star by scoring a career-high 43 points and LeBron James recorded his 20th career triple-double as the Cleveland Cavaliers improved to 21-0 at home, beating the Sacramento Kings 117-110 on Tuesday night.
Williams, who is hoping to join James on the Eastern Conference team at next month's All-Star game in Phoenix, had his finest game since joining the Cavs. The do-it-all point guard went 15-of-24 from the floor, made a career-best seven 3-pointers and added 11 assists and eight rebounds.
James scored 23 points with 15 rebounds and 11 assists, his third triple-double this season. He picked up assist No. 10 in the third quarter with a pass to Williams, who knocked down three consecutive 3s - all off feeds from James - in a span of 1:05. Williams was so good, James only had to take 10 shots.
Kevin Martin scored 35 points and John Salmons 21 for the Kings, who lost their sixth straight and dropped to 0-19 against the East.
Magic 135, Pacers 111
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - In his first game in almost a month, Mickael Pietrus had 27 points and 10 rebounds to lead Orlando.
missed the previous 12 games with a broken right wrist, came off the bench to lead a well-balanced Magic attack. Seven players reached double figures scoring, including Rashard Lewis with 24 points and Dwight Howard with 22.
The Magic, who never trailed, snapped a two-game losing streak.
T.J Ford, had 23 points for the Pacers and Danny Granger, who came into the game averaging 26.1 points, had only 10.
Nuggets 100, Grizzlies 85
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Chauncey Billups scored 14 consecutive points in the third quarter and finished with 29 to lead Denver.
Billups' 14-point run allowed the Nuggets to build a 15-point lead en route to their 30th victory of the season. Denver's 30-15 record represents its second-best 45-game start in the franchise's history.
In addition to Billups, the Nuggets got 20 points from J.R. Smith and 16 points from Linas Kleiza. Chris Anderson had five of Denver's 15 blocked shots, a season high.
 

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