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Kyrie Irving scored 37 points, Kevin Love added 27, LeBron James had 25 and the Cleveland Cavaliers avoided another fourth-quarter collapse in Game 2, beating the Indiana Pacers 117-111 on Monday night to take a 2-0 lead in the series.
James added 10 rebounds and seven assists while winning his 19th straight game in the first round. He did have eight of Cleveland's 19 turnovers, miscues that allowed the Pacers to hang around.
 
Game 3 is Thursday night at Indianapolis.
 
Paul George scored 32 and Jeff Teague 23 for Indiana, which showed more fight, but now has a steep hill to climb to get back in the series. Cleveland is 12-0 when starting 2-0 in the postseason.
 
Teague injured his right wrist in the second half and coach Nate McMillan said the starting guard will undergo X-rays.

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