LeBron James had his second triple-double in three games, getting 28 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists Saturday night to lead Cleveland to a 105-87 victory over Golden State at Oakland.
Just three nights after he became the youngest player in NBA history with a triple-double, James duplicated the feat in an easy victory over the Warriors, who lost for the 11th time in 12 games.
James secured his latest statistical feat on a pass with 29 seconds left to Zydrunas Ilgauskas, who made a three-point basket.
Although James appeared frustrated at several points Saturday night, even getting a technical foul from referee Steve Javie for protesting a call in the third quarter, the 20-year-old star took control in the fourth.
He keyed a 15-3 run in the fourth with eight consecutive points -- including a vicious dunk on a cross-court pass from Eric Snow with 6:53 left.
Jason Richardson scored 22 points for the Warriors, who were dismal in front of their second sellout of the season. Mike Dunleavy drew jeers from the crowd for his three-for-12 shooting performance.
The Cavaliers won three of six on their trip.
Minnesota 92, Portland 83 -- Kevin Garnett had 14 points and 16 rebounds at Portland, Ore., to lead the Timberwolves to their second road victory in as many days.
Portland dropped its sixth in a row, the Trail Blazers' longest losing streak since 2001-02.
Memphis 110, Utah 94 -- Pau Gasol scored 23 points and Shane Battier had 16 to help the Grizzlies snap a five-game losing streak in Salt Lake City.
Mehmet Okur led the Jazz with 22 points in 25 minutes off the bench. Carlos Boozer had 17 points and 10 rebounds.
Washington 95, Indiana 93 -- Antawn Jamison's driving layup with 0.4 of a second left lifted the Wizards past the Pacers at Indianapolis.
After Jermaine O'Neal gave Indiana a 93-91 lead with 39.7 seconds left, Gilbert Arenas made a jump shot and the Wizards forced a shot clock violation to get the ball back with 4.5 seconds to play to set up Jamison's winning basket.
Orlando 115, Philadelphia 111 -- Hedo Turkoglu scored 22 points, Dwight Howard added 21 and the short-handed Magic rallied to beat the 76ers at Orlando, Fla.
Allen Iverson had 38 points for Philadelphia.
Chicago 100, Detroit 89 -- Kirk Hinrich had 24 points and nine assists at Auburn Hills, Mich., as the Bulls scored their second victory at the Palace in less than a month.
The Bulls, who have won 17 of their last 23, hadn't won twice in Detroit in one season since 1995-96. Richard Hamilton had a game-high 32 points for the Pistons, who have lost three in a row.
Atlanta 100, Boston 96 -- Al Harrington scored 21 points and made all six of his free throws in the last two minutes to help the Hawks overcome a 17-point deficit and win at Atlanta.
The Celtics have lost nine in a row on the road.
Antoine Walker led the Hawks with 29 points against his former team.