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Sherman Parsons
October 28, 2018

A LeBron James triple-double led a Los Angeles Lakers' late rally for his first home victory at Staples Center, 128-111, over the previously unbeaten Denver Nuggets. Collison, Myles Turner and Sabonis each scored 15 points while Thaddeus Young added 10. Griffin and Drummond each tallied 26 points to lead all scorers.

"Thought our bench was great all night - even in the first half, I thought they did a great job", coach Tyronn Lue said.

Blake Griffin scored 26 points in his first game since a 50-point night against Philadelphia on Tuesday. Dudley scored 12 points. Korver led the way with 21 for Cleveland, but Detroit had an answer for every Cavs scoring run in the second half.

Cleveland cut a 15-point lead to 97-91 early in the fourth quarter before in regained control with four straight baskets.

Love missed the game with a sore left foot, and Detroit lost Luke Kennard to a right shoulder injury after a Cleveland player set a screen on him in the second quarter.

The Cavaliers cut the margin to six with 49 seconds left in the fourth when Korver made a 3-pointer while being fouled for a four-point play.

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But the Boston Celtics made sure it did Saturday, dominating the previously undefeated Detroit Pistons, 109-89, two nights after a 16-point second half comeback in Oklahoma City. Andre Drummond was held to two, after averaging 6 per game in his first four games.

Nikola Vucevic led Orlando with 24 points and 11 rebounds.

The Cavs, along with the Oklahoma City Thunder, are winless this season.

Russell Westbrook had 13 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists, though only landed five for 20. Detroit's offense lacked rhythm in the early going, but Stanley Johnson's 11 first-quarter points kept his team within striking distance.

The Celtics led 63-41 at the half and kept a double digit for nearly the entirety of the final three quarters. Despite Boston only shooting 31 percent from the field in the third quarter, it still managed to take an 84-67 lead into the final frame.

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