The Browns have a chance to be the big winners, provided they use their selections wisely.
But his deadeye 3-point shooting? That's uncommon. It's borderline unfair.
It was the final bucket they needed to complete the hard-fought sweep. Only it shouldn't have counted.
In the end, the better team won. The James-led team was too much. That's a familiar script. But a few plays here or there and the Cavs wouldn't be resting.
This is the time of year where experience is so vital and adjustments often flip a series or game. It's about discipline and smarts.
Williams played a key role Sunday, pushing the Cavs one game closer to that goal.
Indiana has never been swept in four games in a best-of-seven series in NBA franchise history
It's about the one area where James hasn't been perfect. He's done everything else, leading the Cavs to a 3-0 series lead, with a chance to sweep Indiana Sunday afternoon.
In General Manager David Griffin's vision, James, the maestro, surrounded by four other shooters is the ultimate headache. Which is why the core trio to start the second and fourth quarters has become James, Korver and Frye.
Another addition to James' playoff legacy. There were thunderous dunks, unstoppable drives to the basket and snapped passes to teammates.
At one point Frye told Irving, Love and Thompson it was time to do some next-level stuff. But they never got the chance.
Cleveland Cavaliers rally from 25-point halftime deficit behind LeBron James, stun Indiana Pacers in Game 3, 119-114
After a dreadful first half, the Cavaliers stormed out of the locker room on a 13-3 sprint and never relented.
J.R. Smith returns to starting lineup tonight, Cavs unsure whether there will be playing time restrictions
Smith was able to practice fully on Wednesday before the team left for Indiana and then participated in shootaround Thursday morning at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
That's become James' primary defensive role in the first-round matchup against the Indiana Pacers.
The Cavs, like many teams during this stretch of greatness, haven't had an answer for George.