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Lakers lick Cavaliers

JASON MILLER/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE Anthony Davis and the Los Angeles Lakers sail past Jarrett Allen and the Cleveland Cavaliers, 121-115, in their NBA game.

LOS ANGELES (AFP) — Los Angeles big man Anthony Davis scored 23 of his season-high 32 points in the second half on Saturday as the Lakers earned a third straight National Basketball Association road win with a hard-fought 121-115 victory over the Cavaliers in Cleveland.

Davis added 13 rebounds and three blocked shots, helping the Lakers overcome a slow shooting night from superstar LeBron James against his former club, which honored the league’s all-time leading scorer with a video tribute in the first quarter.

James connected on just eight of 23 shots — one of nine from three-point range — on the way to 22 points in a nip-and-tuck game that featured 16 lead changes and never saw either team push its lead to double digits.

 

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