In the closing seconds of overtime in Game 4 of the 2015 Eastern Conference Semifinals, an out of bounds play led to a LeBron James 3-pointer to help the Cleveland Cavaliers even their series with the Chicago Bulls at two games apiece.

It wasn't a play Tyronn Lue forgot.

More than two years later, the Cavs head coach dialed up the same play -- now named "Chicago" in the Cleveland playbook -- albeit under different circumstances. This time, the Cavs weren't looking to take a lead, but rather preserve one, with 20.6 points remaining in Cleveland's Wednesday night matchup against the Sacramento Kings.

The results, however, were all the same, as James drained a 3-point shot over JaKarr Sampson, which served as the dagger in what would be a 101-95 Cavaliers victory.

"It felt good the whole way," James said in the Cleveland locker room afterward.

The win -- which came in a game in which the Cavs at one point trailed by 14 points in the second half -- served as Cleveland's 13th straight victory, tying the team's franchise record. And should James' hot shooting streak continue, the Cavs' winning streak may not be stopping anytime soon.

James and the Cavs will look to set a new franchise record for wins in a row on Friday when they head to Indianapolis to take on the Pacers.