Two weeks removed from an embarrassing blowout to the Golden State Warriors, things are starting to get back to normal for the Cleveland Cavaliers. 

The Cavs beat the Pacers 111-106 in overtime on Monday night to pick up their fifth win in a row under new head coach Tyronn Lue. 

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Cleveland's starting five was solid, with Kyrie Irving leading the way by scoring 28 points — including, most importantly, the four he contributed in the final minute of overtime to give his team a two-score lead. 

Irving got plenty of help from LeBron James (24 points and 12 rebounds), Kevin Love (19 points) and J.R. Smith (19 points) as Cleveland came away with its first win in Indianapolis since 2010. 

"We're just learning how to win, that's all," James said, via "We're learning how to win in tough situations and tonight was one of those."

Another hurdle cleared for the new-look Cavs.

Studs of the night 

Nikola Jokic put in some serious work Monday night. The big man scored 27 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as the Nuggets beat the Raptors 112-93, ending the Raptors' 11-game winning streak.

Elsewhere, Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant were sensational Monday, as usual. Westbrook put up a triple-double with 17 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists while Durant went for a cool 28 points, nine rebounds and four assists in the Thunder’s 114-98 win over the Wizards.

Duds of the night

The Mavericks could not find their shot against the Hawks. The Mavericks lost 112-97, shooting just 36.5 percent from the field. 

Tweet of the night 

The Cavs won the game, but Myles Turner won this moment. 

Looking ahead

Raptors (32-15) at Suns (14-35), 9 p.m. ET: The Suns will get to start fresh, so to speak, as Earl Watson takes over as interim coach for the fired Jeff Hornacek. Unfortunately for them, they’ll be taking on a very good Raptors team looking to keep pace with the surging Cavs.