Lakers Vs. Cavaliers Final Score: Kobe Bryant Leads Los Angeles Past Cavs, 97-92

The Los Angeles Lakers hosted the struggling Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night. The end result was the fifth straight win for the Lakers, as they improved to a spectacular 8-1 at home, with a 9-4 overall record.

The Lakers took a 59-41 lead into halftime, including outscoring the Cavs 27-13 in the second quarter. Cleveland was able to regroup following halftime, outscoring the Lakers 29-23 in the third quarter and closing the gap by outscoring the home team 22-15 in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately for the Cavaliers, the early deficit was far too much to overcome.

Kobe Bryant had another huge game, scoring 42 points. He was 15-for-31 from the floor and made eight of 10 free throws.

Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum both picked up double-doubles in the game. Gasol finished the game with 19 points and 10 rebounds, while Bynum racked up 15 points and 11 rebounds.

For all news and information regarding the Los Angeles Lakers, please visit Silver Screen and Roll. For updates and perspective on the Cleveland Cavaliers, head on over to Fear the Sword.

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