CLEVELAND, March 2 (UPI) -- LeBron James scored 37 points for the Cleveland Cavaliers, who used a big fourth period Sunday in a 95-86 win over the Chicago Bulls.
Cleveland, trailing 68-65 at the start of the fourth, went on a 30-18 run in the closing three minutes. James scored eight points in the rally.
Wally Szczerbiak, the only other Cleveland player in double figures, scored 17, including two three-pointers in the fourth.
Chicago was led by former Cavalier Larry Hughes' 23 points, five rebounds and four assists.