Cleveland Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love had a slow start to Sunday’s game against the Indiana Pacers at Quicken Loans Arena, but he found a perfect time to pick things up offensively.
After making just one of his first eight attempts, Love knocked down eight of his final 10 shots from the field and helped the Cavaliers (6-1) earn a 101-97 win over the Pacers (3-4).
In addition to Love’s 22 points, 11 of which came in the fourth quarter, 19 rebounds, two assists and three blocked shots, the Cavaliers got 29 points from LeBron James, who converted 10 of his 23 attempts from the field and nine of his 14 shots from the free-throw stripe. James added six rebounds and four assists in the win over the Pacers.
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