Mitchell Breaks Two Cavs Scoring Records

March 29, 2023

Todd Hall

Donovan Mitchell set two scoring records for the Cleveland Cavaliers during their 115-105 comeback win against the Indiana Pacers on Sunday night. Mitchell scored 40 points, making it his 12th 40-point game this season, surpassing LeBron James’ single-season record. He also became the first Cavaliers player to record three consecutive 40-point regular-season games.

Mitchell’s scoring exploits were necessary for the team’s victory, especially as they struggled in the first half. His remarkable stretch began with a 44-point game against the Atlanta Hawks last Tuesday. Despite dealing with a finger injury, Mitchell has continued to play impressively and has been setting various scoring records throughout the season.

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