Cavs win a close one in Boston

The Cleveland Cavaliers overcame a 50 point performance by Paul Pierce of the Celtics, poor free throw shooting down the stretch and some terrible “home town” calls to win a double overtime thriller 113-109 at Boston. Once again, Lebron James scored 43 points, had 12 rebounds and 11 assists to lead the Cavs, while Drew Gooden pitched in with 19 points and 11 rebounds. The Cavaliers showed some endurance and toughness with this victory, and went into the all-star break on a high note.

I still believe GM Danny Ferry needs to work his magic and come up with a block buster trade to support Lebron during the absence of Larry Hughes. The last 30 games are a long grind to get into the playoffs.

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