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Cleveland complete huge comeback, Milwaukee see off Toronto, Memphis take game 3

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Cavaliers (3-0) 119, Pacers (0-3) 114

If ever you needed proof that playoff LeBron James was a thing, then here it is. The Cleveland Cavaliers found themselves 25 points down to the Indiana Pacers in this crucial game three but James (41/13/12), as always, dragged them out of a hole. Paul George (36/15/9) put in a huge performance for Indy, but it was the night of the king as his teammates Kevin Love (13/6/1) and Kyrie Irving (13/2/4) struggled.

Raptors (1-2) 77, Bucks (2-1) 104

Giannis Antetokounmpo (19/8/4) and Khris Middleton (20/3/7) were crucial in helping the Milwaukee Bucks to a vital win that moves them one step closer to the conference semi-finals and put the Raptors on the edge of another tough playoff loss. DeMar DeRozan (8/2/0) was 0-8 from the field, while Kyle Lowry (13/5/2) led the team in scoring - hardly All-Star numbers.

Spurs 94 (2-1), Grizzlies (1-2) 105

The Memphis Grizzlies managed to avoid a second consecutive series sweep to the Spurs as Mike Conley (24/1/8), Marc Gasol 21/6/3) and Zach Randolph (21/8/0) led them to victory. After coach Fizdale's outburst following the game two loss, his players responded and kept San Antonio below 100 points. Kawhi Leonard (18/4/3) was unable to have his usual impact on offence. 

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