NBA: Cleveland 93, Sacramento 92

Feb. 19, 2012 at 9:59 PM

CLEVELAND, Feb. 19 (UPI) -- Kyrie Irving's free throws with less than a second to play Sunday allowed the Cleveland Cavaliers to eke out a 93-92 victory over Sacramento.

Irving's key foul shots with 0.4 seconds remaining gave him 23 points for the night and boosted the Cavs to their second win in three games.

Antawn Jamison pumped in 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds while Tristan Thompson added 15 and 12 in the back-and-forth contest, during which the lead changed hands eight times in the final 6 minutes.

Isaiah Thomas and Marcus Thornton combined for 44 points for Sacramento, which fell for the fifth straight game.

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