James, Antetokounmpo star as Cavs beat Bucks while Davis and Cousins lead Pelicans

James, Antetokounmpo star as Cavs beat Bucks while Davis and Cousins lead Pelicans NEW ORLEANS, LA - FEBRUARY 23: DeMarcus Cousins #0 and Anthony Davis #23 of the New Orleans Pelicans react during the first half of a game against the Houston Rockets at the Smoothie King Center on February 23, 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)

LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo starred as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA on Tuesday.

The duo played like superstars and put up some big numbers, but only one went home the winner as the Cavs overcame the Bucks 124-119.

Antetokounmpo finished with 40 points (16-of-21 shooting), nine rebounds, four blocks and three assists, but he also had eight turnovers.

As he does every game, Antetokounmpo did some mega-athletic things that made fans hit the rewind button, including a couple of spectacular slams and a nice chase-down block on James.

James, who finished with 30 points, nine rebounds, eight assists and three steals, came up huge down the stretch, scoring 10 points in the final five minutes, 11 seconds to hold off a couple of Bucks’ charges.

The Cavs (5-6) are going to be just fine. The Bucks, despite a 4-6 record, appear headed for a play-off berth as well behind the spectacular play of Antetokounmpo.


The two-headed beast of Anthony Davis (37 points, 14 rebounds) and DeMarcus Cousins (32 and 13) ran wild to lead the Pelicans to a 117-112 win over the Pacers.

Anthony Davis (37 PTS, 14 REBS) & DeMarcus Cousins (32 PTS, 13 REBS) shine for the @PelicansNBA in their third straight road win! #DoItBig

— NBA (@NBA) November 8, 2017

Nets guard D’Angelo Russell turned the ball over eight times in Brooklyn’s 112-104 loss to the Nuggets. He hit six of 14 shots, including 0-for-three from behind the arc, to finish with 12 points, well below his 21.3 season average.


Nice steal, Ben Simmons, and an even nicer slam.

Ben Simmons rises for the @sixers slam! #NBARooks

— NBA (@NBA) November 8, 2017

Cleveland Cavaliers 124-119 Milwaukee Bucks
New Orleans Pelicans 117-112 Indiana Pacers
Dallas Mavericks 113-99 Washington Wizards
New York Knicks 118-113 Charlotte Hornets
Toronto Raptors 119-114 Chicago Bulls
San Antonio Spurs 120-107 Los Angeles Clippers
Denver Nuggets 112-104 Brooklyn Nets
Philadelphia 76ers 104-97 Utah Jazz
Memphis Grizzlies 98-97 Portland Trail Blazers
Sacramento Kings 94-86 Oklahoma City Thunder


The Celtics have won nine straight with newcomer Kyrie Irving running the show. The Lakers have won three of four with rookies Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma playing well. It is not exactly Bill Russell against Wilt the Stilt or Magic vs. Bird, but this is still one of the league’s marquee long-term rivalries and a good early season matchup for fans.

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