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November 25th, 2000 CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Baron Davis had his second triple-double in three games as the Charlotte Hornets overcame a sluggish start Saturday night to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 109-98 for their fifth straight victory.

Davis finished with 14 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds. He had 12 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds in an 88-73 win over Philadelphia on Wednesday.

Charlotte's Jamal Mashburn had 30 points on 10-of-18 shooting.

Lamond Murray led Cleveland with 30 points.

After trailing by two at the end of the first quarter, the Hornets outscored the Cavaliers 30-18 in the second quarter. Charlotte led 60-50 at the half and pushed the lead to 14 on several occasions in the third quarter.

Cleveland pulled to 89-82 on Chris Mihm's jumper with 8:33 left and had the ball after David Wesley missed a jump shot. But Murray missed an open 3-pointer from the right wing and the Hornets answered with a dunk from P.J. Brown to go up 91-82.

Trajan Langdon hit 3-pointer and Murray hit two free throws as Cleveland pulled to 93-87 with 6:19 left, but Charlotte went on an 11-1 run to push the lead to 104-88 and put the game out of reach.

Game notes
Charlotte had 21 more free throw attempts than Cleveland in the first half. The Hornets connected on 22-of-27 foul shots. The Cavaliers hit 5-of-6. ... The Hornets outrebounded the Cavaliers 40-32.

'Clean-cut guy' peels off label
Who you callin' soft? Rookie center Chris Mihm still chafes at the tag that some hung on him at Texas. "I never paid that much attention to all that," Mihm told the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "It did upset me, but you can't listen to it. Anyone who put up the kind of numbers I did with two and three guys hanging on me had to be doing something right. I just happened to be the clean-cut guy who got the job done. Some people had to find negative things to write."

Coach Randy Wittman thinks the Charmin tag has worked to Mihm's advantage. "I think what was said in the media has actually been a positive," Wittman told the paper. "I get the sense that Chris is trying to prove people wrong. He's got an edge to him. I think that in his case that came about because he has the ability to step out and take the 15-foot shot. Some people wonder what he's doing out there."

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