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Cold-shooting hurts Cavs in loss to New Orleans, 108-101

David West New Orleans (file photo)

The Cavaliers lost in New Orleans, 108-101. Generally, in the team’s losses this season, they usually have one bad quarter; during this game, it was the second quarter.

The Cavs were doomed from there as the Hornets scored 15 straight points and held with Cleveland with no points for 4:26.

But the Cavs showed resiliency by coming back and cutting an 18-point lead to 104-101 with 21.1 seconds left but they fell short.

Cavs head coach Byron Scott really wanted the game badly. After all, he was the Hornets coach last year and was fired just nine games into the season. The move angered several players like Chris Paul and David West.

Cavs forward Antawn Jamison finished with 20 points and 11 rebounds and 3 three-point baskets.

David West scored 34 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead 10-1 New Orleans. He had 12 points in the fourth quarter and made key-play-after key-play to help the Hornets win.

compiled from staff & Cleveland Cavaliers news

Cleveland Cavaliers 105 New Orleans Hornets 92; James leads the way with 38

compiled from staff and wire reports

Antawn Jamison scored 11 and had 11 boards for Cavs (Creative Commons /wfe photo)

LeBron James led the way with 38 points on 15 0f 22 shooting and dished out 9 assists as the Cleveland Cavaliers won their eighth straight game, 105-92 over the New Orleans Hornets, Wednesday night in the “Big Easy”, before a sellout crowd of 18,008.

J.J. Hickson scored 20 to backup Lebron. The Cavs led by as many as 17 points and never trailed after James’ floating jumper tied the game at 10 in the first quarter. Delonte West added 15 points and the-ever consistent Antawn Jamison scored 11 and pulled down 11 rebounds as the Cavs won for the 27th time over a team with a losing record.

The Hornets were led by Marcus Thornton with 20 points and Darren Collison added 17 for the Hornets, who will be eliminated from playoff contention if they lose to Portland on Saturday. David West put in 16 and Chris Paul struggled, finishing with five points and seven assists in 32 minutes of action.

Cleveland shot 57,1 percent and outscored New Orleans in the paint, 58-36.

The Cavaliers (57-15), currently holds the best overall record in the NBA, also improved its record away from home to 26-11, which is the best in the league in that category.

Zydrunas Ilguaskas, played his first game in a month and did fairly well. In 9:41 of action, he scored 1 point, grabbed 3 rebounds and dished out 2 assists.