As NBA season games continued on Tuesday night (October 24), LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers hosted the Chicago Bulls at their Quicken Loans Arena. It was the Cavs' fourth game this season as they celebrated victory with three quarters lead against the Chicago Bulls.

The home team went 48 percent from the inside, making 42-of-88 shot attempts and 42 percent from beyond the arc, hitting 16-of-38 three-pointers. Out of the 16 threes, four of that came from King LeBron James. James led the Cavs with game-high 34 points off the bench.

LeBron James facilitates the team with 13 assists

The Chicago Bulls visited the Cavs to play their third game this season hoping to improve their records with a win. The visitors started off the game with 18 inside shots, five threes, and four free throws to complete their 38 points-first quarter. They finished the first period in front, 38-28. Though the Cavs finished the second quarter outscoring the Bulls 37-30, the visitors were still in front at halftime, 68-65.

After three minutes from the start of the third quarter, the Cavs outscored the Bulls and held the lead, but not until the end of the period. Pondexter made his cutting layup shot with 30 seconds left in the period, helping the Bulls in front again, 92-91.The Cavs continued the final period with a 13-4 run and managed to outscore the Bulls and took the lead throughout the end.

The Cavs survived in this one and celebrated a 119-112 victory.

Lebron James lead the Cavs again

In their game against the Bulls, the Cavs were led by Lebron James with 34 points and 13 assists. James played very solid and was always dependable. He also added two rebound and three steals in 37 minutes off the bench.

Five more players who contributed double-digit scoring to the winning home team were Jae Crowder, Kevin Love, Jeff Green, Dwayne Wade and Kyle Korver.

Love was second to James in points with 20 in 29 minutes game time. He led in rebound against the Bulls with his 12 rebounds.

Green added 16 points in 25 minutes, hitting 4-of-6 inside shots. Crowder, Wade, and Korver tied at 11 points for the Cavaliers. The Cleaveland Cavaliers and the Chicago Bulls tied in rebounds 39-39 in this one.

For the Chicago Bulls, Justin Holiday led the team in scoring points. He had 25 points in 38 minutes off the bench, shooting 63 percent from beyond the arc (5-of-8). Six more players added double-digit scores for the Bulls. Lauri Markkanen had 19 points while Jerian Grant had 12 points for the Bulls. Paul Zipser and Robin Lopez tied in 11 points while Kay Felder and Denzel Valentine contributed 13 points each in 16 and 18 minutes game time, respectively.