Cleveland secured the win with a 10-2 run late in the fourth quarter keyed by a huge three-pointer from Kyle Korver.
Korver and J.R. Smith each knocked down four threes and combined for 30 points to give Cleveland the supplemental scoring punch it needed.
It’s a good representation of who these Pacers are as a team: so selfless and balanced, with every player on the floor capable of hitting an outside shot and defending their position.
Another game, another double-digit halftime lead for Cleveland, who got 23 points on 8-of-11 shooting from a scorching Lebron James in the first half to go with six rebounds and four assists.
J.R. Smith has nine early points for Cleveland, including this three from beyond half court to end the first quarter.
They inexplicably dropped Game 1 and find themselves in a 1-2 deficit against a raging Pacers team looking to protect home court.
That doesn’t bode well for Cleveland in its efforts to return to the NBA Finals for a fourth straight season.
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