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Pacers Fall To Cavs In Game 2 Of Playoffs
Updated April 18, 2017 6:52 AM
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(CLEVELAND, OH) - The Pacers find themselves in a 0-2 hole as they fell to the Cleveland Cavaliers 117-111 in Game 2 of their first-round series.

Cleveland was led by their three-headed monster with Kyrie Irving scoring a game-high 37 points, Kevin Love's 27 and LeBron James' 25 points. Love and James had 11 and 10 rebounds respectively as well. The Cavs shot over 55 percent from the field and just under 42 percent from 3-point range.

For Indiana, Paul George led the team with 32 points, eight rebounds and seven assists while Jeff Teague added 23 points.

The turning point of the game was when the Pacers were outscored 33-20 in the third quarter.

"I thought we lost our composure and got frantic out there," Nate McMillan said of the fateful quarter. "We lost our poise and wasn't calm during that third quarter and that was big."

The series now shifts to Indianapolis for Games 3 and 4 with Game 3 on Thursday night.



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