Gerald Henderson

James becomes NBA's No. 10 career scorer, Cavs edge 76ers

The Cleveland Cavaliers were pushed to the limit by the Philadelphia 76ers, and LeBron James doesn't think that's such a bad thing.

James scored 25 points, moving into 10th place on the NBA's career list, and added 14 assists and eight rebounds as the unbeaten Cavaliers held off the winless 76ers 102-101 on Saturday night.

"It's always great to have these kinds of games," James said. "We will clean it up. It's a great learning experience for us. I know we have room for improvement."

Kevin Love added 20 points and 11 rebounds for the reigning champion Cavaliers, who improved to 6-0.

Coach Tyronn Lue wasn't disappointed, either, that the...

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