ATLANTA – Lebron James nailed the go-ahead basket, a three-pointer over the Indiana Pacers Myles Turner (22 points) with one minute and ten seconds left to play in the 4th quarter to lift the reigning NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers to a 106-102 victory on Sunday night. The four-time NBA Most Valuable Player finished with 33 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, four steals and two blocks as the Cavs swept the series 4-0 against the Pacers and await the winner of Milwaukee Bucks and Toronto Raptors.
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Lance Stephenson led the Indiana Pacers with 22 points while Paul George finished with 15.
The Cavs used a balance attack to hold off the Pacers who used a 7-0 run late in the fourth period to make it game after trailing 96-83. Kyrie Irving added 28 points, Deron Williams added 14. Kevin Love (16 rebounds) and Tristan Thompson (11 rebounds) reached double figures on the boards.
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