CLEVELAND, Nov. 5 (UPI) -- Earl Boykins scored 10 of his 18 points in a span of 2:04 Wednesday night, lifting Denver over Cleveland, 93-89.
After seven scoreless minutes in the first half, Boykins led the way in the third quarter. He assisted on Jon Barry's three-pointer that capped a 9-1 spurt for a 64-56 advantage with 4:28 left.
The Cavaliers responded with four straight points before Boykins hit a three-pointer to start his personal tear. He made two more jumpers and assisted on another three-pointer by Barry as Denver took a 77-64 advantage into the fourth period.
Anthony scored 14 points while James did not score in the second half and finished with seven points.