Auburn Hills, MI - Only two Cavaliers scored in double figures on Tuesday, but when Kyrie Irving's throwing down a game-high 38, and LeBron James is right behind with 32, that's more than enough, as the Cavs run the win streak to seven with a 103-95 win over the Detroit Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
Irving set the tone early, as the Pistons kept it close in the first half, and delivered the dagger late, with his three-pointer putting the Cavs up 10 with just over a minute remaining.
LeBron dished out seven assists and pulled down six rebounds, along with his 32 points. The only thing that slowed James down was when he crashed to the court late in the third quarter, landing on his wrists. He'd leave the game temporarily, but quickly returned.
The Cavs (26-20) return home to host the Portland Trailblazers on Wednesday.