Cleveland Cavaliers defeat Milwaukee Bucks, 101-86
Sure, the NBA needs marketing help.
Its "Where Amazing Happens" slogan is almost as appealing as a New Jersey Nets courtside seat.
Occasionally, though, it applies.
Take Sunday, for example.
That Shaquille O'Neal was called for traveling 22 seconds into the game wasn't exactly it, even if it did qualify as something you don't see every decade.
Even if a routine NBA game is subject to more craziness that your typical sporting event, amazing, in this particular c...
PLAYER OF THE GAME: Delonte West's troubles off the court have caused him to miss time during training camp and during the season. The Cavaliers guard was arrested in mid-September in Maryland and charged with carrying two loaded handguns and a loaded shotgun in a guitar case. He faces a court date at some point in 2010. But on Sunday, he was on the basketball court and excelled with a team-high 21 points, four rebounds and three assists in a key reserve role. He scored ...
A quick start by the Milwaukee Bucks proved a fleeting memory by the time Sunday's matinee with the Cleveland Cavaliers was over.
The Bucks opened the game with an 11-0 run, forcing a timeout by Cavaliers coach Mike Brown.
But a few minutes later, Cleveland launched a mind-boggling 29-0 run of its own to break the game open en route to an easy 101-86 victory over its Central Division rival.
If the Bucks (9-10) had been hoping to make a statement against one of the...