Warriors David Lee yells as the Warriors defeat the Cavaliers in Oakland, California
Golden State Warriors David Lee (10) yells as Cleveland Cavaliers Alonzo Gee (33) reaches for the ball in the second half at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on January 7, 2011. The Warriors defeated the Cavaliers 116-98. UPI/Terry Schmitt
Cleveland's Alonzo Gee scored 19 points and Tristan Thompson contributed a double-double Sunday in the Cavaliers' 91-85 win over reeling Orlando.
A career performance from Tristan Thompson Friday helped bring an end to Cleveland's 10-game losing streak in a 97-91 decision over Boston.
Dion Waiters and Alonzo Gee combined for 37 points Tuesday, propelling the Cleveland Cavaliers over Washington 95-90.
Dion Waiters pumped in 25 points Tuesday and the Cleveland Cavaliers shook off the absence of Kyrie Irving to hang a 101-98 loss on Chicago.
Cleveland's Marreese Speights notched 18 points and hauled down eight rebounds Saturday and the Cavaliers won a second straight, 118-94 over Orlando.
Kyrie Irving sparked a Cleveland comeback Saturday and hit go-ahead 3-pointer with less than 1 second left to play in the Cavaliers' 99-98 win over Toronto.
Kyrie Irving scored 18 of 33 points in a big third quarter Wednesday, launching Cleveland to a 99-83 triumph over Atlanta.
Kevin Love returned to his typically high-scoring self with 36 points Friday, sending Minnesota to a 91-73 rout of Cleveland.
A reverse layup by Alonzo Gee with a second remaining climaxed a fourth-quarter comeback Friday and gave Cleveland a 113-111 win over Atlanta.
Jeremy Pargo scored a career-best 28 points Wednesday, five of them coming during a game-closing run that sent Cleveland to a 92-83 win over Philadelphia.