INDIANAPOLIS — LeBron James had his fourth triple-double of the season, and the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Indiana Pacers 111-106 Sunday for their third straight win.

The league's leading scorer finished with 30 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. It was the 14th triple-double of his career.

Drew Gooden had 23 points and 12 rebounds, and ex-Jazzman Sasha Pavlovic added 22 points and five assists for the Cavaliers.

Marquis Daniels scored 19 of his season-high 25 points in the second half for the Pacers. Jamaal Tinsley had 24 points, 10 assists and nine rebounds, but he had eight turnovers and shot 7-for-20 from the field for Indiana.

Indiana forward Jermaine O'Neal missed his third straight game with swelling in his left knee and lower leg.

RAPTORS 93, BULLS 78: At Toronto, Chris Bosh had 16 points and 13 rebounds, rookie Jamario Moon matched his career-high with 15 points and Toronto handed Chicago its fourth straight loss. Moon added nine rebounds, six blocks and three steals in Sam Mitchell's 114th victory as Raptors coach. Starting in place of the injured T.J. Ford (sore left arm), point guard Jose Calderon scored 19 points and dished out 14 assists for Toronto. Luol Deng scored 21 points in his return to Chicago's starting lineup after missing the previous three games with a sore lower back.

SPURS 116, SUPERSONICS 101: At Seattle, Tim Duncan scored 26 points and San Antonio scored the first 12 points of the third quarter to break away for the win. Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker each scored 22 for the Spurs, who at 12-2 are off to their best start after 14 games in team history — one game better than last season.

Reserve Wally Szczerbiak scored 27, including a season-high 20 for the Sonics in the second quarter, and Kevin Durant ended a shooting slump with 25 on 11-for-15 shooting for Seattle, which matched its worst start since its inaugural season of 1967-68. The Sonics are 0-6 at KeyArena, their worst home start ever.

NETS 102, LAKERS 100: At Los Angeles, Jason Kidd had 15 points and 14 rebounds to help New Jersey overcome Kobe Bryant's 31 points and beat Los Angeles. Richard Jefferson had 27 points for the Nets, who have won three straight following a six-game losing streak. Vince Carter had 19 points and Bostjan Nachbar scored nine of his 15 points in the fourth quarter.