Lamar Stevens' slam with 4.1 seconds left snaps Cavaliers' losing streak

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CLEVELAND (AP) — Trae Young went from snubbed to stunned.

Rookie forward Lamar Stevens drove for an easy dunk with 4.1 seconds left and Atlanta, which had burned its final timeout, failed to get off a final shot as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Hawks 112-111 on Tuesday night to end their 10-game losing streak — the NBA’s longest this season.

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After Young, slighted hours earlier when All-Star reserves were announced, missed a runner with 11 seconds left, the Cavs pushed the ball up trailing by one. Collin Sexton passed it on the left wing to Stevens, signed earlier this season to a two-way contract, and he dunked without any resistance.

The Hawks, who had lost a timeout when they appealed a call with 19 seconds to go, had one last chance. Young

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