Cavaliers Even Series 2-2

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The Cleveland Cavaliers even up the series with the Indiana Pacers 2-2 after beating the Pacers 104-100. LeBron James scored 32 points, 13 rebounds, and seven assist Kyle Korver contributed 18 points and made two clutch free throws at the end of the game to seal the game for the Cavaliers. This time, James and Korver made sure the Cavaliers held on to win for the first time in four tries in Indianapolis this season.

Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images

Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images

The Cavaliers had the moment from the beginning J.R. Smith who scored 12 points hit an insane 61 footer to end the 1st quarter which fired up the Cavaliers attitude.

On the Pacers side Victor Oladipo struggled through a poor shooting night going 5-20 with 17 points, and six rebounds. Domantas Sabonis scored a team high of 19 points for Indiana and Myles Turner scored 17. It was a tough loss for the Pacers who could of gone up 3-1 on the Cavaliers but now the series is even 2-2 and it shifts back to the Quicken Loans Arena. 

Game 5 will be played Wednesday in Cleveland.

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