The Cleveland Cavaliers followed up a trip to the White House for a reception with Barack Obama by beating the Washington Wizards 105-94 in the NBA on Friday night.
Kyle Irving topped the scoring with 29 points, while LeBron James created more history by becoming the youngest ever player to reach 27,000 points in the NBA.
— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) November 12, 2016
Elsewhere, the the Philadelphia 76ers finally broke their duck for the season after they saw off the Indiana Pacers 109-105 in overtime, while the Toronto Raptors beat Charlotte 113-111 despite 40 points from Hornets star Kemba Walker.
Russell Westbrook scored a triple-double but was still ended up on the losing side as the Oklahoma City Thunder were beaten 110-108 by the Los Angeles Clippers, while the San Antonio Spurs saw off the Detroit Pistons 96-86 win.
— NBA (@NBA) November 12, 2016
The Portland Trail Blazers beat the Sacramento Kings 122-120 in overtime, the Boston Celtics cruised to a 115-87 triumph over the New York Knicks and the Utah Jazz beat the Orlando Magic 87-74.