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Magic upstages LeBron
Published February 2, 2005
ORLANDO - Steve Francis had 30 points and tied a season high with 13 assists, and the Magic beat the Cavaliers 105-102 Tuesday night to spoil LeBron James' return.
Grant Hill added 21 points for the Magic, which has won seven of its past eight home games.
James finished with 28 points, seven assists and five rebounds in his first game since rolling his left ankle last Wednesday in a win over Memphis. Cleveland split its two games during his absence.
Jeff McInnis appeared to send the game into overtime with a buzzer-beating 3-pointer, but after a brief huddle the officials waved off the shot. Replays clearly showed the ball in McInnis' hands as the clock ran out.
James shot 10-for-20 but missed his three 3-point tries, including an attempt before McInnis' shot. From the line, James was 8-for-13, four misses coming in the final quarter.
McInnis had 19 points. Drew Gooden, traded from Orlando in the offseason, had 15 and 13 rebounds to lead three Cavaliers in double-doubles.
Zydrunas Ilgauskas had 14 points and 10 rebounds. Robert Traylor had 12 points and 11 rebounds on his 28th birthday.
The Cavaliers have alternated losses and wins for the past 11 games. It's the NBA's longest streak since the New York Knicks did the same for 14 straight games in 1997-98.
Francis' free throws with 30.2 seconds remaining broke a 102 tie, and Eric Snow missed an open 3-pointer off James' pass. The Cavaliers missed six of seven shots in the final 21/2 minutes, with Snow misfiring on three.
Francis rebounded, was fouled with 16.3 seconds to go and made a free throw for the game's final points. He was 10-for-14 from the field and 10-for-12 from the line. The double-double was his 12th.
In the opening seconds, James couldn't have looked any rustier - he shot an airball from the left baseline. But he redeemed himself a minute later by losing Doug Christie on a wicked spin move for a slam.