The Cleveland Cavaliers had an awful fourth quarter on Monday night against the Indiana Pacers. The reigning champs scored just 21 points in the final period after never dipping below 30 in a single quarter in Game 2.
Luckily for the Cavaliers, they’ve got a man named LeBron James on their roster.
With the Pacers threatening and just 25 seconds to go, LeBron helped recover on a Myles Turner drive to the basket. Never sensing LeBron was that close, the result was obvious.
Cleveland beat the Pacers, 117-111, and lead the series 2-0.