Love, James lead Cleveland past Memphis (1:17)

Kevin Love records a double-double of 29 points and 13 rebounds while LeBron James adds 23 points, eight assists and six rebounds in the Cavaliers' 103-86 win over the Grizzlies. (1:17)

J.R. Smith gets the lucky bounce on this 3-pointer (0:22)

J.R. Smith is having quite the night from deep, including this 3-pointer that rattles in to extend Cleveland's lead in the fourth quarter against Memphis. (0:22)

LeBron drops a dime to Love to extend lead (0:21)

LeBron James dribbles up the court and sends a beautiful bounce pass to a cutting Kevin Love, who scores a layup. (0:21)

Great ball movement leads to Frye's and-1 (0:19)

Richard Jefferson saves the ball for Cleveland by passing to Kevin Love, who quickly gets the ball to LeBron James, who finds Channing Frye for an and-1 bucket down low. (0:19)

Not your typical and-1 play from LeBron (0:27)

LeBron James misses a 3-pointer and Kevin Love grabs the rebound to put up a shot himself, but it's blocked. LeBron grabs the ball, drives to the basket and makes an awkward layup while being fouled. (0:27)

LeBron scores and-1 off glass (0:22)

LeBron James gets into open space in transition, then drives to the hoop, absorbing contact and scoring off glass while getting fouled. (0:22)

LeBron finds Smith in corner for 3 (0:19)

LeBron James drives to the basket and then kicks the ball out to J.R. Smith in the corner, who knocks down a 3-pointer. (0:19)

NBA News

  • Smart called for controversial foul on Butler in Bulls' win

    Jimmy Butler runs down the clock before releasing a shot with Marcus Smart getting called for a foul for grazing his elbow. Butler makes both free throws to give the Bulls a 104-103 win over the Celtics.

  • Wall, Porter lead Wizards past Pacers

    John Wall records a double-double of 20 points and 12 assists while Otto Porter Jr. scores 25 points in Washington's 111-98 win over Indiana.

  • Bulls edge Celtics on late foul on Butler

    Isaiah Thomas scores 29 points for the Celtics but Jimmy Butler gives the Bulls the lead with 0.9 seconds left in the fourth quarter on the free throw line courtesy of a foul on Marcus Smart, giving Chicago a 104-103 win