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James leads Cavaliers to victory in Game 4

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Cleveland Cavaliers have escaped tying the series with the Indiana Pacers. The Cavaliers have now tied the series at 2 all.

The Cavaliers defeated the Pacers, 104-100, on Sunday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana.

LeBron James being guarded by Bojan Bogdanovic (Getty Images)

LeBron James is guarded by Bojan Bogdanovic (Getty Images)

The series now goes back to Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio on Wed., April 25th. There will also be at least a Game 6 back in Indianapolis, Indiana on Friday, April 27th.

LeBron James made history with his 100th 30-point game in NBA history in the playoffs. His Airness, Michael Jordan, is the all-time leader with 109.

Jeff Green on an inbounds pass appeared to travel with seconds left in the game. However, he was not called for a travel before being fouled.

He would seal the game to send the Cavaliers back home with the win.

James led his team with 32 points. He also had 13 rebounds, seven assists, and two steals.

He was one of four Cleveland players, who scored in double-figures. Kyle Korver had 18 points, while Jordan Clarkson and J.R. Smith had 12 points each.

The Cavaliers had 32 bench points. Clarkson led the bench with 12 points.

Domantas Sabonis led the Pacers with 19 points. He also had six rebounds.

Sabonis was one of seven Indiana players, including the entire starting five, who scored in double-digits. Myles Turner and Victor Oladipo scored 17 points each.

Thaddeus Young and Darren Collison scored 12 points each. Bojan Bogdanovic, who was the unsung hero in Game 3, scored 10 points.

The Pacers had 32 bench points. Sabonis led the bench with 19 points.

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