(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Cleveland Cavaliers clinched the NBA's best record and home-court advantage throughout the playoffs with a 117-109 victory over the Indiana Pacers at Conseco Fieldhouse.
Lebron James led the cavaliers with 37 points with Delonte West adding 20 as Cleveland has won five games in a row. Danny Granger scored a game-high 38 points to lead the Pacers with Brandon Rush adding 27 as the Indiana falls to 35-46.
Troy Murphy finished with 17 points and 13 rebounds, setting a franchise record for double-doubles in a single season.
The old record of 47 was set by Clark Kellogg in the 1982-1983 campaign.
The Pacers close out the season on Wednesday night when they host the Milwaukee Bucks.
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