The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Indiana Pacers, by a score of 119-114 after giving up 74 first half points and trailing the Pacers by as much as 26 at times.
LeBron James has to be considered one of the best in the history of the NBA. Why do we say this? Because he is taking things in his own hands and his ability to take control of a game, is second to none.
James scored 41 points in game-2. He had 13 rebounds and 12 assists in the game last night. James went out in the 4th quarter and took control of this basketball game, while Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love sat on the bench.
LeBron was throwing in monster 3 point shots, he threw one in from about 7-feet outside of the top of the key. Then he would lower his head when he had to, and drive through the paint and make the shot, or take the foul and go to the line.
No other player in the history of the NBA comes close to LeBron's passing ability either. Late in the 4th quarter LeBron found Williams with the pass, and he put up the 3-point shot to make it hard on the Pacers with little time left.
When LeBron was scoring he was helping others to do so. The Cleveland Cavaliers had the chance to sit back and let go of game-3, but the heart of LBJ, wasn't going to let that happen.
The Cavs now have a 3-0 lead over the Pacers and will play game-4 on Sunday.
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