DArius Garland scored 21 points, tying his season mark, for the Cleveland Cavaliers, who defeated the Detroit Pistons 98-78.
The Cavaliers posted their most uneven victory of the season. Cleveland has won five of six to improve to 8-5.
Reserve Cedi Osman added 17 points and Evan Mobley scored 16, while Spanish player Ricky Rubio had five points in 27 minutes of play.
Third pick Mobley also blocked three shots, made two steals and hit a pair of 3s to win his first meeting with Detroit guard Cade Cunningham, first pick. Cunningham had nine points, six rebounds and seven turnovers, a season-high.
Rubio made 2 of 9 shots from the field, including 1 of 5 triples, had a rebound and gave nine assists for the Cavaliers (8-5).
For the Pistons (2-9) the attack was led by Jerami Grant, with 16 points.
Backup Frank Jackson contributed 12 and Josh Jackson, who also came off the bench, scored 11 points.
The Pistons were low on points on the season, committed 23 turnovers and have the worst record in the Eastern Conference at 2-9.
Jeremi Grant scored 16 points, Josh Jackson added 11 from the bench and Killian Hayes had five points, five assists and six steals.