LeBron James scored 29 points and became the all-time leading scorer in Cavaliers franchise history in a 90-83 victory over potential first-round playoff opponent Toronto. Zydrunas Ilgauskas had 16 points, Devin Brown scored 14, and Damon Jones knocked down two crucial three-pointers early in the fourth for the Cavs, reports AP. Chris Bosh scored 24 points to lead the Raptors. Elsewhere:
- Memphis got its first win on the road since Jan. 2, defeating the Knicks, 120-106, thanks to Mike Miller's hot shooting and 34 points. Rudy Gay added 24 for Memphis
- Denver, not lacking in offense for several games now, dropped a 125-114 win on New Jersey tonight. Six Nuggets scored in double figures, led by Allen Iverson with 26.