For the Record
After throttling the Pistons on Sunday night at The Q, the Cavaliers improved on their NBA-best mark of 56-15. Here are some of the ways in which they got there ...
6-0 . . . when LeBron scores less than 20 points.
28-3 . . . when Anderson Varejao scores in double-figures.
17-0 . . . in home games on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
42-2 . . . when they score 100 points or more.
13-1 . . . against the Western Conference at The Q.
20-0 . . . when the Cavaliers’ bench outscore their opponent’s at The Q.
6-2 . . . against the Lakers, Celtics and Magic.
11-6 . . . on the second night of a back-to-back.
16-3 . . . when Mo Williams scores 20 or more points.
11-2 . . . against the Central Division.
35-9 . . . against the Eastern Conference.
9-1 . . . with Daniel Gibson as a starter.
31-3 . . . against sub-.500 teams.
9-0 . . . against the Pacific Division.
28-2 . . . when they shoot better than 45 percent at The Q.
31-1 . . . when J.J. Hickson exceeds his scoring average.
15-2 . . . without Shaq in the starting lineup.
8-0 . . . with the starting lineup of Mo Williams, Anthony Parker, LeBron, Antawn Jamison and J.J. Hickson.
10-1 . . . in March (so far).