James thinks the officials are not calling enough fouls on players like him who like to drive to the basket. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
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LaMarcus Aldridge led the offensive attack in the paint and Danny Green shot the lights out from long distance as the San Antonio Spurs beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 110-94 Sunday. Aldridge finished with 27 points and Green chipped in 22 as the Spurs snapped a four-game losing skid.Indeed, Cavs' superstar LeBron James flirted with a triple double by finishing with 33 points, 13 rebounds and nine assists but that's not what James wanted to talk about after the loss.James thinks the officials are protecting players that shoot a lot of 3-point shots and not calling enough fouls on players like him who like to drive to the basket.
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