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Cavs break 3-point record in win over Pistons

Cavs take a 2-0 series lead. (Source: WOIO) Cavs take a 2-0 series lead. (Source: WOIO)
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Tony Zarrella breaks down the Cavaliers' 107-90 victory over the Detroit Pistons in Game 2 of the first round of the NBA Playoffs.

-This game changed in the third quarter, when the Cavaliers turned a 5-point deficit into a 12-point lead with a 21-4 run. 

-The Cavs beat the Pistons at their own game, shooting 53 percent from 3-point land.

-By the end of this game, the Cavaliers had drained 20 3-pointers, a franchise record that also ties the NBA playoff record, held in part by the defending champs, the Golden State Warriors.

-In Game 1, LeBron, Kyrie and Kevin Love had combined for 81 points. In Game 2, it was LeBron, Kyrie and J.R. Smith collectively racking up 70. 

-Andre Drummond finished with 20 points, but only 5 in the second half as this game got away from Detroit. 

-The Cavs head to Auburn Hills, Michigan, up two games to none and halfway to a sweep, which of course would be an annual tradition for LeBron in Round One. He has never lost a first-round series, and hasn't lost a first round game in four years.

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