The Cleveland Cavaliers (44-28) showcased a collective effort as they surged past the Charlotte Hornets (17-54) with a 115-92 triumph on Monday night.

Evan Mobley and Jarrett Allen led the charge for the Cavaliers, each contributing 17 points to the team’s victory, with Mobley also tallying a career-high eight assists and seven rebounds.

The game took a pivotal turn in the second quarter when Marcus Morris Sr. of the Hornets was ejected for a flagrant foul on Charlotte center Nick Richards, igniting a spark in the Cavaliers’ performance.

Georges Niang played a crucial role off the bench for Cleveland, contributing 17 points, including five 3-pointers, to bolster the team’s offensive firepower.

Darius Garland added a double-double with 15 points and 10 assists, while Isaac Okoro scored 14 points.

Despite a strong effort from the Hornets, led by Brandon Miller’s 24 points, Charlotte struggled to contain the Cavaliers’ relentless offensive onslaught throughout the game.

Despite missing All-Star guard Donovan Mitchell sidelined due to injuries, the Cavaliers dominated the Hornets, maintaining third place in the Eastern Conference.