In a first quarter otherwise short on highlights, LeBron James provided a memorable moment on Wednesday night when he found Kevin Love for a reverse layup to score the first points of the Cleveland Cavaliers matchup with the Sacramento Kings.

Later in the period, James reconnected with his fellow All-Star teammate, whipping another pass to Love, who finished the play with a dunk.

The James-Love connection, however, was enough for Cleveland to outpace Sacramento, as the Kings ended the game's opening quarter with a 22-19 lead. The Cavs are currently in search of their 13th straight victory, which would tie a franchise record for the team's longest winning streak.

James finished the quarter scoreless, but provided 4 assists in 9 minutes to aide the Cavs' cause. Love, meanwhile, led all Cleveland players with 8 minutes in the first quarter against a Kings team that entered Wednesday night's contest touting a 7-16 record -- including a 3-10 mark on the road.

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