- Disturbing photos emerge of Delonte West begging for money in Dallas
- Photos leaked of ‘hulked up’ Collin Sexton from Cavs minicamp
- Kevin Garnett schools LeBron James fans ‘who don’t know s–t’ about Cavs’ 2010 playoff collapse
- Report: Cavs source identifies several improvements in Darius Garland’s game
- Report: Cavs internally comparing Collin Sexton to Donovan Mitchell and Eric Bledsoe
- Report: Cavs will look for ‘defensive-minded players’ in NBA free agency
- Report: Cavs confidently view J.B. Bickerstaff as ‘head coach of the future’
- Cavs Rumors: Collin Sexton Looking ‘Monstrous’ and ‘Huge’ After Working on Body During Hiatus
- Here’s the Latest Update on ‘Mutual Interest’ Between Tristan Thompson and the Cavs
- Report: Darius Garland ‘Feels Snubbed and Disrespected’ by Exclusion From All-Rookie Teams
Video: Kevin Love Hilariously Interrupts LeBron James During Postgame Press Conference
- Updated: April 18, 2017
The Cleveland Cavaliers prevailed against the Indiana Pacers inside a rocking Quicken Loans Arena on Monday night to take a commanding 2-0 series lead as they were led by their talented Big 3, who combined for 89 of the Cavs’ 117 points on the evening.
LeBron James registered 25 points, 10 rebounds, seven assists, four steals and four blocks on the evening. Kevin Love dropped 27 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, and Kyrie Irving had a game-high 37 points in 34 minutes of action.
The Big 3 shot a combined 31-of-51 from the field and a combined 20-of-23 from the free-throw line. It was a dominate display from the Cavs’ main men, as the Pacers couldn’t handle the offensive assault they were handed throughout the contest.
As per NBA tradition, the outstanding performers took to the podium for the postgame press conference after the Cavs’ big win. Irving and James took to the stage and started the presser, but were hilariously interrupted by a late Love who eventually made his way to the podium.
It looks as though the Cavs have got their groove back, and its paying dividends as they take a commanding series lead into a hostile environment for Game 3 in Indiana. The Cavs will need to lean on their Big 3 yet again to come away victorious.