What I don’t understand is how all of these games can be so close yet so far away for the Pacers.  LeBron absolutely torched the Pacers scoring 41 points off 27 shots.  He shot over 50% once again while Kyrie Irving had a subpar night shooting less than 25% from the field and just 1 for 6 from behind the arch.  One begins to wonder if there is anything the Pacers can do to overcome the onslaught that awaits them.  It looks as if the Cavs will be able to sweep this series in four games.  As long as either LeBron or Irving continue to have big nights there is nothing the Pacers will be able to do to stop them.  Paul George had his biggest game of the series with 36 points, 15 rebounds and 9 assists which was still not enough to secure a victory at home against the defending champs.  The Cavaliers win this one 119-114.

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