The 76ers’ win was fueled by 22 points from Redick.
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The Philadelphia 76ers led wire-to-wire in a 108-97 victory over the Cavaliers in Cleveland Thursday, perhaps the perfect sales pitch if they want to lure LeBron James to Pennsylvania next season.The 76ers, who had lost 11 straight games to the Cavs, were fueled by 22 points from shooting guard JJ Redick, who connected on seven of 11 shots from the floor, including four 3-pointers.Ben Simmons finished with 16 points, nine rebounds and eight assists.That included a short jump shot in the first quarter which came after James escaped a double-team by dribbling behind his back and through the legs of teammate Tristan Thompson.He added nine rebounds and eight assists but Cleveland, who closed within one point with 2:25 remaining after trailing by as many as 13 in the fourth quarter, were never able to get in front.
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