CLEVELAND (AP) — On a night with the NBA watching Brooklyn's Big 3, Collin Sexton stole the spotlight. Cleveland's guard scored 42 points, including 15 in the second overtime, to lead the Cavaliers to a 147-135 win over the Nets. It was Brooklyn's first game with Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant and James Harden. But Sexton outscored all three superstars in his return after missing five games with a sprained ankle. Sexton scored the Cavs' first 15 points in the second OT.