Post Up: The Comeback

Cavs 119, Pacers 114 (Cavs lead 3-0)
Myles Turner’s dunk provided the spark, and Lance Stephenson and Kevin Seraphin brought energy off the bench, building a 26-point first half lead for the Pacers. Paul George recorded 23 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists in the first half. With just under 5 minutes remaining in the third, trailing by 20, the Cavs caught fire, cutting the lead to seven going into the fourth.

The King. pic.twitter.com/BMQYz1quM3
— SLAM Magazine (@SLAMonline) April 21, 2017

Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving sat out the entire fourth quarter to let LeBron James dominate the game, leading Cleveland to tie the biggest comeback in playoff history (Clippers, 2012). The King picked up the 17th triple-double ( 41 points, 13 rebounds, 12 assists ) of his playoff career and the Cavs outscored the Pacers by 30 in the second half.

Ball movement! Channing Frye! Cavs bench goes crazy! pic.twitter.com/nzsK0l5dxy
— SLAM Magazine (@SLAMonline) April 21, 2017

Bucks 104, Raptors 77 (Bucks lead 2-1)
The Bucks led for the whole game, holding the Raptors to 33% shooting. Six Bucks scored in double-figures, led by 20 points from Khris Middleton. Milwaukee made 12 three-pointers, had 29 assists on 39 fields. They had more dimes than the Raptors had field goals.
Toronto put up only 12 points in the first quarter. Kyle Lowry, who had 13 points and 5 rebounds, said after the game , “‘It’s a terrible feeling. We better pick it up. Our confidence is not changed. We’ll be fine.”

Giannis swatted that thing like a volleyball 
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