Wizards Top Cavaliers
November 7, 2002

Jerry Stackhouse complained after his first few games with the Washington Wizards that he wasn't getting to the free-throw line as often as usual.

He had no such problems against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Stackhouse scored 35 points, shooting 9-16 from the field and 15-17 from the line, and the Wizards never trailed as they broke a two-game losing skid with a 107-100 victory over Cleveland.

Stackhouse scored eight straight points in a game-opening 19-3 run.

Michael Jordan was 0-4 from the field entering the fourth quarter, but he avoided the first scoreless game of his career with a jumper and an acrobatic move for a layup down the stretch. He finished with six points in 24 minutes.

Ricky Davis scored 27 points to lead the Cavaliers, who were coming off a home victory over the Los Angeles Lakers one night earlier.

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