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Cleveland Cavaliers beat Indiana Pacers in OT

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The Cleveland Cavaliers last night trumped the Indiana Pacers 109-106 but they needed overtime to do it. Kyrie Irving led the scoring on the night, bagging himself 25, while George Hill grabbed 23 for himself in a game that really might have gone either way. Monta Ellis had the chance to hand the Pacers the match with the scores locked at 96 a piece - he failed though and the Cavs made him pay in overtime. LeBron and company now boast a record of 35 for 12, whilst the Pacers sit on 25 for 23. Elsewhere in the east, the Miami Heat’s Tyler Johnson is to undergo surgery to fix a torn rotator cuff in his left shoulder. The Miami guard has featured 36 times so far this season - it’s safe to say he won’t be appearing in the lineup again for quite some time.

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