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Cleveland extends winning streak to 4 games with 120-95 rout of Suns; Three takeaways


James tallies 16 points in 3rd quarter, seals win 

Green departed the game with an illness, opening the door for James to take over the vast majority of the offensive production on the wing. Whether it was a driving layup or a fadeaway jumper or a few trips to the free-throw line, the four-time MVP opened his full bag of tricks to expand the margin to 22 points after three quarters.

James was the most efficient player in the Wine and Gold, shooting 68.8 percent (11-of-16). His shot chart depicts his ability to find a crease in the defense and slither his way to the hole with ease…

“We got great looks at the basket,” James said.

With the game over by the fourth period, James only needed to log 29 minutes. He has played 29-or-fewer minutes on six other occasions this season.

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John Alfes is a senior at John Carroll University, and hails from Westlake, Ohio. His love and passion for the game of baseball originated in 1998, when he played catch with his father at the age of two. A former collegiate pitcher, Alfes currently serves as a Cleveland Cavaliers reporter for AP Radio/Metro Networks and the Cleveland Indians Beat Writer for CBS Sports/Scout Media Network, all while majoring in Communications (focus in Journalism) and English (focus in Professional Writing). He is the Sports Editor for The Carroll News, Sports Director for WJCU 88.7 FM and Senior Writer for the John Carroll Sports Information Department. John is an Eagle Scout and loves his two younger brothers (Conrad and Daniel) and two parents (John and Celeste). You can follow John Alfes on Twitter (@JohnAlfes) or reach him through email (

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