Stephen Curry may be the reigning MVP, but LeBron James showed Tuesday night that he’s still arguably the league’s best player.

James scored 17 fourth-quarter points to help the Cavaliers erase a nine-point deficit against the Jazz and come away with a 118-114 win at home. He accounted for half of his team's points in the final frame and had a key assist to Tristan Thompson late to seal the deal. 

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The Cavs trailed 95-86 with 7:22 remaining in the fourth before going on an 18-3 run to take control of the game. With the score 94-90, James helped the run by stealing a pass and taking it to the other end for an and-one.

James finished with 31 points, seven rebounds and eight assists for the Cavs, who improved to 7-1 with their seventh consecutive victory.