Kevin Love Had A Kinda Good 1st Quarter Last Night

Kevin Love Had A Kinda Good 1st Quarter Last Night

In the midst of scoring 137 points on Wednesday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers managed to break four regular-season records along the way.

The reigning National Basketball Association champion Cavaliers set National Basketball Association records for 3-pointers in a half with 16 in the first half and matched club records for points in a quarter with 46 and 3-pointers in a regular-season contest with 21. "You know, he made the little step-back jump shot, and then he made his first couple threes and then we just started looking for him". The point guard scored 37 points in the third quarter of their game against the Sacramento Kings during the 2015 season.

The Cavaliers had consecutive 20 three-pointer games against the Atlanta Hawks last season in the play-offs, making a combined 46 in the second and third games of their 4-0 series sweep. Reserve Sean Kilpatrick scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half for the Nets, who never led and dropped their fifth straight. Frank Kaminsky had 13 points and eight rebounds. F Al-Farouq Aminu (left calf strain) missed his ninth straight game.

Evan Fournier scored 25 points for Orlando. Love only scored six points after the first to finish with 40 in 32 minutes, but LeBron James added plenty more for a 31-point, 13-assist, and 10-rebound triple-double.

Davis made 17 of 27 from the floor, sparking the Pelicans to their fifth victory in six games.

On Friday night, LeBron will lock up with one of the few bright spots for Dallas this season - Harrison Barnes - who's averaging a career-best 21.2 ppg and who's coming off a team-high 22-point effort in the Mavs' Wednesday night loss to the Clippers. Tipoff is at 7:30 p.m. The Golden State Warriors eviscerated the LA Lakers in every way by burying them with huge bombs from three-point range, threading the needle on handsome passes for flash plays, and assisting on virtually every shot in the 149-106 victory.

In total, he finished the game with 40 points on 12-for-20 shooting, including 8-for-12 from the three-point line as well as a ideal 8-for-8 from the free throw line.

Even though Love didn't have any points in the second, Chris Fedor of said the Cavaliers finished just two points shy of their franchise record for points in a half. The NBA's leader in triple-doubles with five, Westbrook finished with 31 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists in 33 minutes. When two players combine for 48 points through two quarters, it's safe to assume it's going to be a big night for the offense.