Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James delivering on promise, looking recharged following recent trades

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Nearly two weeks ago, after LeBron James spent eight minutes trying to squash an untimely story about maybe taking a summertime meeting with the Golden State Warriors, he was asked about his abnormal dip in production during a shockingly bad January for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

“I’ll be all right,” James said at the time. “I’m used to it. It’s the same with the Warriors story. It’s the life I live in. But it’s fine. I’ll be all right. I’ll give you better numbers. I promise you.”

The two games after weren’t his best, a pair of franchise-altering embarrassments. But James has finally delivered on that promise, regaining his MVP form during the Cavaliers’ current four-game winning streak.

On Tuesday night, the final matchup before the All-Star break, James scored 37 points on 14-of-23 from the field and 3-of-7 from 3-point range to go with eight rebounds and eight assists in an impressive 120-112 win against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

He tallied 17 points on 7-of-10 from the field and 2-of-4 from long range in an explosive, grab-the-game-by-the-throat third quarter. His outburst helped give the Cavs the lead heading into the fourth, setting the table for the revamped bench to close it out, moving the team’s record to 30-0 when tied or taking a lead into the final period.

In the four games

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