LBJ picks up 20th straight first round victory.
The Indiana Pacers just took a demoralizing blow from LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers who overcame a 25-point halftime deficit to win Game 3 and take a 3-0 stranglehold on the series.
No team in NBA Playoff history has ever come back from such a large halftime deficit - Thanks be to King James.
LeBron finished with a triple-double, recording 41 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists, picking up his 20th straight first round victory in the process, tying the longest streak since the playoff expansion in 1983-84.
Game 4 is schedule for Sunday afternoon at 1pm on ABC, but if LeBron's switch is going to be on like this everyone might as well just stay home.
Check out some of the highlights from Game 3 below, including Myles Turner's emasculating dunk on Tristan Thompson.
Oh my LeBron.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 21, 2017
His teams have won 20 straight first-round games, tying the longest streak since playoff expansion in 1983-84. pic.twitter.com/op1TuOFSBo
A comeback for the history books. pic.twitter.com/tkfD4AelR2— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 21, 2017