The Cleveland Cavaliers will play the first game of a back-to-back on Sunday afternoon when they travel to Oklahoma City to play the Thunder. Tipoff is at 3:30 p.m. and the game will be shown on ABC.
The Cavaliers (39-14) have won four straight games, including Thursday’s 106-95 win against the shorthanded Chicago Bulls. LeBron James scored 25 points. Kevin Love added 15 points to go with 15 rebounds.
Oklahoma City (40-15), third place in the Western Conference, lost its first game of the second half, falling to Indiana, 101-98.
Thunder leading scorer Kevin Durant scored 31 points in a losing effort. Russell Westbrook, the team’s second-leading scorer, chipped in with 23 points before Oklahoma City gave up 34 fourth quarter points during Indiana’s rally.
Sunday marks the second meeting between the Cavs and Thunder. Cleveland won the first matchup at Quicken Loans Arena, 104-100.
The Cavs are 16-5 against West opponents this season.