LeBron James scored 29 points and made several key plays down the stretch Sunday, leading the Cleveland Cavaliers over the Indiana Pacers 101-97 for their sixth straight win.
James took a knee to a leg Friday and said he would get round-the-clock treatment so he could play. Unfortunately for the Pacers, the treatment worked.
James hit seven free throws in the final few minutes and found Kevin Love for two key baskets in the final 27 seconds.
Love scored 22 points and had 19 rebounds for the Cavaliers, who haven't lost since the season opener against Chicago.
Paul George scored 32 points for Indiana, which went scoreless for nearly four minutes after taking a 90-88 lead. George's 3-pointer with 18 seconds remaining cut the lead to 97-95.
The Cavaliers broke full-court pressure and James hit Love for a dunk with 8.2 seconds left. George Hill scored with 6.7 seconds remaining, but James made two foul shots at the 5.3 mark.
George, who scored a season-high 36 points Friday against Miami, had another outstanding game, making 11 of 21 from the field and grabbing 11 rebounds.