Irving with 30 as Cleveland Cavaliers defeat Sacramento Kings, 120-111

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SACRAMENTO – The Cleveland Cavaliers attempted to bounce back from a loss to the Grizzlies on Monday as they started their 4-game west coast road trip against the Sacramento Kings Wednesday night. They took a 120-11 win from the Kings.

The Kings kept things close in the first half, leading the Cavs  60-54 at halftime.

LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love were all in double digits by halftime, but were struggling defensively.

The third quarter was a close one, but the Cavaliers really pushed in the fourth to take the win.

Irving finished with 30 and James finished with 25.

Tristan Thompson, who finished with 18 points, was playing in his 352nd consecutive game as a Cavalier, tying Austin Carr.

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