Thursday, April 29, 2010

Cavaliers lead series

LeBron James was in inspired form as he led the Cleveland Cavaliers to a devastating 121-98 win over the Chicago Bulls in the NBA first-round play-offs.
James racked up 37 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists and two steals as the Cavaliers stretched their series lead to 3-1.

Antawn Jamison chipped in with 24 points as the visiting side dominated in the United Center.

Miami Heat also notched a century, defeating the Boston Celtics 101-92, their third win in four matches.

Dwayne Wade was the undeniable star of the show, pouring in a massive 46 points as he tormented the Celtics.

The San Antonio Spurs are also looking a good bet for the next stage of the play-offs after going 3-1 up in their series against the Dallas Mavericks.

They triumphed 92-89 on the night, with George Hill responsible for 29 of their points.

The Denver Nuggets have a mountain to climb after Utah Jazz made it three wins from four in Salt Lake City.

The hosts breached 30 points in three quarters, building up enough of a buffer to absorb a much-improved final quarter from the Nuggets.

Carlos Boozer contributed 31 points and 13 rebounds, with Deron Williams supporting with 24 points and 13 assists


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