LeBron James scored the final 13 points for the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday night, carrying his team to its 11th victory in a row, a 116-111 win over the Memphis Grizzlies. James made play after play for his team down the stretch, calmly finishing off a 34-point, 12-assist performance that left fans chanting "MVP! MVP!" during the final minutes. "That's when my teammates, when it's winning time in the fourth quarter, they want me to step up and do what I do best," James said. In the midst of his 15th season in the league, there is an ease James feels when he knows his team wants him to take the game over late. "It's just experience," James said. "I've been in a lot of big games, regular season, postseason, The Finals where you have to come through for your teammates. I just try to be as clutch as possible late in the game. And tonight was another one of those opportunities for me and I was able to come through for my team. It's an honor for me to be able to even have 14 guys and they look at me personally like 'Ok, it's your time.' I just try to make the right reads and make the right decisions to help us win." This marked the fifth time in James future Hall of Fame career that he scored his team's final 13 points to close a game, according to Elias Sports Bureau. He is now 3-1 in those games as a Cavalier, including one game in which he scored the final 14 down the stretch. The only player to have done that more times since 2003-04 is Kobe Bryant, who did it seven times. "It's impressive, man," Cavs guard Dwyane Wade said. "I've been around guys, I've been a guy, when you're on a team and you have a guy that when the game get close that you can give him the ball and he's going to come through. Maybe not all the time, but it seems like [most] times, it just makes the game easier. It's like a good football team having a great field goal kicker. All they got to do is get close enough. [I'm] a Bears fan, you know Robbie Gould was going to make it for us. So it's kind of like that. We know that he's going to make the right play." The Grizzlies, who have now lost 11 straight, clawed their way back into the game in the final minutes, forcing James to do what he did.