The Cleveland Cavaliers had a struggle winning Game 2 against the Indiana Pacers Monday night at Quicken Loans Arena. With a start of a 25pt deficit to Game 3 against the Indiana Pacers it didn't look to good for the Cleveland Cavaliers. But LeBron James and the Cavaliers made a turn around during the 3rd quarter closing the the 25pt deficit point gap which lead them to win Game 3 with a final of 119-14 even with Irving and Love sitting out the 4th quarter.
Brian and LeeAnn celebrated all morning with last night unbelievable comeback win for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Brian is so excited for Game 3 win for the Cavaliers he made a Cavs Sweep Lullaby to sooth the worry away for Sunday's upcoming game.
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GET THE BROOM READY!!! #DefendtheLand— Tyvis Powell (@1Tyvis) April 21, 2017
What makes last night game even greater is the Cavaliers 25pt comeback is the largest comeback for a NBA team in NBA Playoff history in the last ten years according to @NBAstats. As well as "largest #NBAPlayoffs deficit at half overcome to win: 25 by Cavs at Pacers; Previously 21 by BALT at PHI (4/13/48; trailed 20-41; won 66-63)" tweeted by @NBAstats.
Last night, wasn't just record setting for the team but LeBron James as a player too. LeBron James earned his 17th playoff season triple-double 41 points, 13 rebounds, and 12 assists. With 13 rebounds last night LeBron James passed retired Washington Bullets player Wes Unseld who held the 7th place of all-time playoff rebounds. If that wasn't enough for the King, in the 3rd quarter James passed Los Angeles greatest player recently retired Kobe Bryant for the 3rd spot on the NBA Playoffs all-time scoring list.
The Cleveland Cavaliers plays the Indiana Pacers for Game 4 Sunday April 23rd at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The game will air on local ABC networks at 1:00 PM EST, check your local listings.