Cavs find success on the home court

The Cavaliers almost gave up a 13-point second half lead but were able to survive in their 104-101 win against Charlotte at the Q. They allowed the Bobcats to get within a couple of points in the final minutes but a key steal and a couple of free throws by Larry Hughes sealed the victory. LeBron James led the Cavaliers with 22 points and had eight rebounds and seven assists. Anderson Varejao once again was solid off the bench with 16 points and 10 boards.

The Cavs continue to look strong and get the job done at home, where they are 10-2 this season. With the exception of the run given up to the Bobcats in the second half, the Cavaliers didn’t look all that bad. They played very well in the first half and it was finally a great sight to see Hughes back in the starting lineup. With as tight as the Central looks right now, a run of five or six straight wins by the Cavs would be a big boost for the team.

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