Indianapolis, IN (WOIO) - The Cavaliers had no business beating the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night. For three quarters, they forgot that fact, but unfortunately, somebody reminded them in the fourth, as the Pacers stormed back from 20 points down to stun the Cavs, 99-94.
Kyrie Irving led the way for Cleveland with a game-high 29 points, and had them in great position to upset the third-seeded team in the East, before the Pacers outscored 'em 35-10 in the final quarter.
George Hill led Indiana with 27 points.
The Cavs return home to host Detroit on Wednesday night at the "Q".
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