The Cleveland Cavaliers finished the six-game road trip by beating the Chicago Bulls 114-109.
The Cavs had a 17-point halftime lead and the Bulls tied the game at one point, but the Cavs eventually hang on for the win. With this win, the Cavs are now the third seed in the Eastern Conference just by a half game.
The Cavs were led by LeBron James, who notched another triple-double. He had 33 points, 13 assists, 12 rebounds, two blocks and one steal. Jeff Green had 21 points, four rebounds, two assists, one block and steal. Jordan Clarkson had 19 points and two rebounds. Ante Zizic had 14 points, six rebounds and one block. Jose Calderon almost had a triple-double of his own, as he had nine points, seven rebounds, six assists and one block.
The Cavs shot 50.6 percent from the field and 35.1 percent from three point range. The Cavs also had 13 turnovers on the night. The Cavs also had 25 assists on 44 made field goals last night.
For the Bulls, Denzel Valentine led the way with 34 points, seven rebounds, six assists and one block. Bobby Portis had a double-double for the Bulls as he had 15 points, 15 rebounds and two assists. Cameron Payne also had a double-double, as he had 13 points, 10 assists and two rebounds.
The Cavs finished the six-game road trip with a record of 3-3. Considering the amount of injuries the Cavs have, that is a pretty good record. The Cavs should be getting Kevin Love, Larry Nance Jr. and others back from injury within the next two weeks, hopefully.