Pacers rally past Cavs, road Warriors extend streak

Pacers rally past Cavs, road Warriors extend streak

Pacers rally past Cavs, road Warriors extend streak

After falling into a 22-point deficit after a dismal first quarter, IN mounted a magical rally against their long-time nemesis LeBron James and the Cavaliers, taking the lead again IN the closing seconds of the third quarter and moved IN front for good on Victor Oladipo's 3-pointer with 2:10 remaining IN the fourth quarter.

James is known to be a ball-dominant player [VIDEO], essentially having a hand in most of the points [VIDEO] the Cavaliers score. With the Pacers leading by one, Darren Collison had one more free-throw attempt with less than two seconds to play.

Cameroon's Joel Embiid added 16 points and Aussie Ben Simmons chipped in 15 for Philadelphia and for a time it looked as if the eighth regular-season National Basketball Association game to be played in London could see the 76ers on the right side of the kind of blowout that fans there saw past year, when the Denver Nuggets trounced the Indiana Pacers 140-112.

As impressive as their 133-99 victory over the Cavaliers was, the Raptors spent Friday trying to put it into perspective. While the Cavaliers are still third in the Eastern Conference, judging from the past few performances, they aren't where they need to be.

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Trailing 6-4, Cleveland used a 22-0 run to take a 26-6 lead in the first quarter. VanVleet went off, hitting six three-pointers on the way to a career-best 22 points. I've got confidence in myself in any situation. However, they seem to be willing to part ways with their own first-round pick. The Cavs have now given up over 125 points in three straight games and have given up over 110 points in four of five games in January.

As in, he liked this video of LeBron yelling at his teammates and coaches in a huddle as the Raptors, playing without All-Stars Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka, crushed Cleveland 133-99. Things can - and likely will - change by the end of the season.almost one month ago, the Cavs were capping their best stretch of basketball, winning their 18th game in 19 tries.

The Cavs scored the first four points of the final frame to move back in front, but the Pacers retook the lead a coupe minutes later, thanks to Stephenson.

Even when there was only seconds left, Stephenson was still at it.

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One of the downfalls of Cleveland during that quarter was their 32 percent shooting from the field, while their defense allowed IN to hit for five 3-pointers. The Pacers cut a bit of the lead in the second, then doubled up Cleveland in the third quarter, 32-16, taking a 2-point lead to the fourth.

He is now averaging 27.2 points, 9.0 assists, 8.2 rebounds, 1.7 steals and 1.1 blocks.

NETS 110, HAWKS 105: Spencer Dinwiddie had 20 points, 10 assists and nine rebounds, and Jahlil Okafor added 17 points in a reserve role as Brooklyn won at Atlanta.

Early on it certainly didn't look like the Pacers would be carrying that victorious momentum into their upcoming road trip.

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