CLEVELAND — LeBron James scored 31 points, Kyrie Irving added 26, Kyle Korver made six 3-pointers and the Cleveland Cavaliers rolled into the All-Star break with their seventh win in eight games, beating the Indiana Pacers, 113-104 on Wednesday night.

Irving and Korver combined to make four 3s in the first 2:50 of the fourth quarter – Korver finished with 22 points and became the seventh player with 2,000 career 3s – as the Cavaliers pulled away and improved to 7-1 in February.

Glenn Robinson III scored 17 for Indiana, which lost its fifth straight. Paul George scored just 13 and missed 12 straight shots after the first quarter. George ended his drought by making a 3-pointer with 5:15 left.

Cleveland played its second game without forward Kevin Love, who could miss six weeks after undergoing surgery on his left knee. Love’s injury could hasten the team to make a major move before next week’s trading deadline. The Cavs have been in the market for a backup point guard but could use another big man.

SPURS 107, MAGIC 79: LaMarcus Aldridge scored 23 points and Kawhi Leonard added 22, leading San Antonio at Orlando, Florida.

San Antonio’s frontcourt took advantage of a Magic team that was down a key player after newly acquired swingman Terrence Ross was unable to suit up because Serge Ibaka did not complete his physical in time. The Magic sent Ibaka to Toronto for Ross and a first-round draft pick Tuesday.

BUCKS 129, NETS 125: Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 33 points, Greg Monroe added 25 and visiting Milwaukee sent Brooklyn to the break on a 14-game skid.

Khris Middleton finished with 20 points in his strongest game since returning from a ruptured left hamstring that forced him to miss the first 50 games. He made four free throws in the final 19 seconds as the Bucks won their third straight.

PISTONS 98, MAVERICKS 91: Reggie Jackson scored 22 points, Jon Leuer added 20 and Detroit won at Auburn Hills, Michigan.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope had 16 points, Tobias Harris 13 and Ish Smith 10 for the Pistons, who led by 27 at halftime before holding on for the win. Detroit outrebounded Dallas 56-36, led by Marcus Morris’ 13, Andre Drummond’s 11 and Aron Baynes’ 11.

RAPTORS 90, HORNETS 85: Kyle Lowry scored 21 points and all of Toronto’s starters finished in double figures as the Raptors erased a 17-point fourth- quarter deficit to win at home.

Lowry, who also had six rebounds and six assists, had a three-point play to break an 82-82 tie with 1:40 to go.

HEAT 117, ROCKETS 108: Hassan Whiteside had 23 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks for Miami at Houston.

Dion Waiters added 23 points, nine rebounds and seven assists, and Goran Dragic had 21 points for the Heat, who ended a two-game skid that followed a 13-game winning streak.


KNICKS: Carmelo Anthony was picked to replace Cleveland forward Kevin Love on the Eastern Conference roster Sunday for the All-Star Game in New Orleans.