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Cleveland bounced back from an embarrassing 98-80 loss in game one and the mighty James set the tone early Wednesday, giving credence to coach Tyronn Lue's pre-game prediction that if he showed up the Cavs would level the series. Hood played 21 minutes as a starter, scoring nine points on 4-8 shooting from the field (1-4 from beyond the arc), two rebounds, one assist and one steal. Needless to say, the Cavs will need more from Green going forward. "It feels great to even this series up". "No matter if you win 4-3, 4-0, however".
Four players are averaging in double figures for the Pacers in the postseason, they are Oladipo (32.0), Myles Turner (16.0), Bojan Bogdanovic (15.0) and Lance Stephenson (12.0).
James came out assertive and looking to score Wednesday. Lue took over as coach in January of 2016.
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Don't forget, Boogie was averaging 25.2 points, 12.9 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game while playing alongside The Brow. Mirotic scored seven points during the spurt, all on layups set up by Rondo, including one as he was fouled by Gasol.
The Pacers were hurt by the fact Oladipo picked up two fouls in first 62 seconds and had to go to the bench for the rest of the quarter. However, Indiana was 6 of 22 on 3-point attempts while Cleveland was 11 of 28. The Pacers trimmed their deficit to 39-33 with 6:06 to go in the second, but the Cavs responded with James leading the charge and held a 58-46 halftime edge.
It was the 1,362nd game of James' career - regular season and playoffs combined - and the most points he has ever scored in the first five minutes of a game, according to research by ESPN Stats & Information.
James then followed with four free throws as the "M-V-P" chants returned, and Collison added his final bucket.